Chen Ping holds an artistic exhibition
Sponsored by the Chinese Artists Association and the National Art Museum of China, an artistic exhibition is currently on display at the National Art Museum of China to showcase the paintings by Chen Ping about Fee Wa Hill.
The theme of the exhibition is to advocate the cultural accomplishments and promote the artistic innovation. The exhibition is hoped to reflect his remarkable achievements especially recent exploration in the artistic field in a wide range of the poetry, the book, the painting and the seal.
Fee Wa Hill is a dreamy home in the heart of the artist. He has created a number of excellent artworks，including porcelain stationery in his study and mohogany furniture in his painting. This exhibition shows poems, books, paintings and imprints, and the painter's study room and painting room which are decorated with copy bright type furniture to the audience.
Born in Beijing in 1960, Chen Ping studied in the traditional Chinese painting department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts since 1980. His graduation artwork in 1984 won “Ye Qianyu Prize”. He is currently vice president of the traditional Chinese painting college of the Central Academy of Fine Arts and member of the Chinese Artists Association.
The exhibition opens at Hall 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 until December, 12.