- 展期Exhibition Date｜2019/07/20 (六) – 09/15(日)
- 展覽時間Exhibition Time｜週二至週日12:00-20:00 (週一公休Mon. Closed)
- 展覽地點Exhibition Venue｜大雋藝術（408台中市南屯區惠文路489號 No. 489, Huiwen Rd., Nantun Dist., Taichung City 408, Taiwan(R.O.C) ）
- 開幕音樂會暨藝術家導覽 Opening Concert and Artist Tour 07/20 (六) 14:3
開幕當天特別邀請音樂家現場演奏中西古今的經典名曲組合，透過畫作與樂音的交融串連帶您悠遊藝術世界，更邀請藝術家石建國老師親至展覽現場，分享其創作歷程及細談展覽系列作品。現場也將抽出三位幸運兒獲得「限量藝術家親繪古典扇」！本場茶點與台中知名 林金生香 傳承153年的糕餅舖 合作，邀您一嚐百年傳承好滋味！
“Their Brightest rosebud purple hue put on” is a line from poem Late Spring by Tang dynasty literature giant Han Yu, referring to flowers contending for beauty in the season of magnificence. The flowers of the poem are personified and are referred to the figures in the works of Chinese artist Shi Jian-Guo. Shi’s Eastern beauties are depicted with classic slim brows, almond eyes, plump lips, and elegant postures, manifesting the essence of Chinese aesthetics and culture. The artist uses his rich creativity and imagination to present viewers with moving, pleasing visual and spiritual sensations. Rich Art invites you to break free from the complexity and exhaustion of daily life in this beautiful season of Summer, and allow yourself to explore the lighthearted wonderworld of the artist.
▍藝術家簡介 About Shi Jian-Guo
Shi Jian-Guo was born in Tangshan Prefecture within Hebei, China, in 1964, and entered the Department of Chinese Painting at Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1987. Shi was noticed for his artistic talent at the age of fifteen, and his works were selected for the exhibition at the National Art Museum of China. After graduation, Shi’s works were showcased in countless exhibitions and not only were the works admitted into the 3rd Chinese Gongbi Painting Exhibition, but also invited to display at the National Art Museum of China, Today Art Museum, Nanjing Art Museum, Beijing 798 Art Zone Chao Yang Art Museum, Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum, as well as art institutions across Hong Kong and Macau, France, Singapore, Italy, and Germany. Shi’s works are part of the collection of National Art Museum of China and CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts) Art Museum. Shi’s past experiences include editor of the Art Orientation magazine, director of the editorial office of Classic Art Magazine, and chief editor of People’s Fine Arts Publishing House. Shi is currently the director of the editorial office of Art In China magazine and a member of the China Artists Association.