This exhibit of Mr Yu Hanyu’s
works inspired by Tibet’s
sublime glaciers and grand mountains.
The opening ceremony will take place at 5:00pm at Artosino .
The art exhibit will last for three days and end on Dec 3rd.
For three nights exquisite Chinese Sichuan food will be served
as part of tasting Chinese culture while enjoying the great art.
It's a grand event for New York artists and the artists of the
world to assemble together for a truly great inspiring event;
some most outstanding figures in political, literary and art
circles will bless the event with either their presence or their
words of encouragement and support.
Who is Yu Hanyu?
Yu Hanyu, a native of Hubei, was born in 1964
and now lives in Beijing. In 1985, Yu graduated from Hubei
Academy of Fine Arts Department of Painting. In 1992, Yu got his
degree from the Central Academy of Fine Arts where he studied
landscape painting and calligraphy. Now, a national renown
artist, Yu is the president of China Federation of Literary
Resource Center and Deputy Dean of Beijing Academy Institute of
Traditional Painting and Calligraphy.
famous painter active on the national and international art
scene, Yu has participated in numerous exhibitions both at home
and abroad and has had his works featured numerous times in both
domestic and global art newspapers and TV series such as "Fine
Arts", "Artistic Observation" and "Chinese Painting and
Calligraphy" and CCTV. Yu’s
paintings and calligraphy works have been auctioned by
Rongbaozhai Auction Company, Hanhai Auction Company and Guardian
Auction Company and were well received by collectors.
Artist Yu Hanyu
A reinvention of brilliant jade and gold -Traditional Chinese
with a focuses on Tibetan glaciers
One of the
defining features of Yu Hanyu‘s
landscape paintings is the atmosphere they create. Mr.Yu's
artistic creation draw their inspiration and theme from the
snow-capped mountains and glaciers of Tibet. Much like how the
prophet Muhammad went into the mountains to find retrospection
and insight, the artist Yu went into the sacred mountains of
Tibet where he found inspiration and breakthrough - it is in
this pristine and harsh environment that Yu came into a new and
elegant artistic style of landscape painting of his own.
Mr.Yu elevates traditional Chinese paintings to an all together
other level by producing the effects of oil painting through
using traditional painting mediums of rice paper and heavy ink.
For his reinventions and breakthroughs, Yu has received many
was awarded the silver medal at t
he third International Ink Painting Festival.
his work "Wushan Yun" was chosen as part of the selected works of teachers
and students and featured in the Fine Arts in Taiwan Zhongshan
Memorial Hall exhibition.
his works were shown at the Chinese Painting Research Institute Exhibition
an art book titled "Chinese painting and calligraphy masterpiece
- Yu Han Yu”
muse - he is enchanted by the beautiful scenery and bewitched
into repeatedly visiting the snowy plateaus that few people even
dare to tread, all to seek out inspiration in the magnificent
scenery of Tibet. There, Yu spent months to create his works,
two of which titled "snow-capped mountains" and "glaciers”
“I’ve always wanted to bring Traditional Chinese Painting to
the world! It is one of the reasons I focus so very much on
color. I chose Tibet's snow-capped mountains glaciers to be the
theme not only because Tibet has not been painted in this way
before but also because Tibet has transfixed me like it has the
rest of the world. Therefore, I feel the artistic style and
thematic content fall together perfectly - the artistic style is
unique and modern, the theme is beautiful and global
- together it is perfectly poised to make a global impact.”