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Wu, Chingchu Art Exhibition

Wu, Chingchu Art Exhibition
Date: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Time: 2:00pm
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall of San Francisco, 836 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94108
(Within easy walking distance (10-15 min) to Union Square.)
Come join us to enjoy the spectacular art exhibition and please feel free to bring a bottle of wine to mingle.

The engaging and spirited work of well-known artist from Taiwan, Wu, Chingchu, will debut in the compelling exhibition entitled "Wonder of the World."

As an artist, Wu, Chingchu, aimed to convince viewers of the reality of what they were seeing while still aspiring to create ideals of beauty. She was renowned for her unique style of watercolor and oil paintings, calligraphy, and offers the legendary aesthetics that were influenced by multiple cultures.

The exhibition shows vibrant contemporary artworks together with pieces that celebrate the rich traditions and different cultures of the West, Taiwan, and China. Calligraphy and watercolor painting are unique art forms within traditional Asian culture.

Chingchu is currently a senator (equivalent) in China Fujian province and teaches arts at Fujian Normal University in China. Her work has been featured in major exhibitions including the Fujian Provincial Museum, Chinese long March victory 70th anniversary exhibition, Exhibition of the 85th anniversary of the Party of China, and the Second Cross-Straight Taiwan artist exhibition. She is also the President of the Oriental Art Association for Cultural Exchange in Taiwan.

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