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James Wu



I have always been enthusiastic about painting since I was a child. I started with academy drawing and oil painting when I was 13 years old. I would say that art is part of my spiritual soul and a very important part of my life. I’ve learned various chinese ink brush techniques from different masters when I was an undergraduate student at National Taiwan University of Arts in Taipei.
James Wu | Chinese painter
James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter
I figured out that the Chinese painting style always leaves the viewer to sense what remains unsaid; to create and complete the painting for himself. The balance of not saying too much and knowing what to leave unsaid are as important as what is actually painted. I am constantly looking for that kind of spirit and powerful energy by creating the “spiritually dynamic impact of a brush stroke” in my paintings.
James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter

James Wu | Chinese painter