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Lo Chan Peng 羅展鵬, 1983

Lo Chan Peng was born in Chiayi, Taiwan and graduated Fine Art Department of Chinese Culture University.
Lo Chan-Peng had won many domestic art contests, and became well-known with “Strawberry Journal” series, which honestly records the sub-culture of young generation.
Lo uses his paintings to express what he observed from the real world, which not only depicts the mindset of young generations nowadays, but can be seen as a kind of self-dissect.


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Hua Chen, 1952 | Impressionist Figurative painter

Hua Chen was born in Shanghai, People's Republic of China. Between the years of 1973-1976, Chen earned a Bachelors Degree of Fine Art from the Anhui Teacher's University, Anhui, China.
He then went on to attain a Master of Fine Art Degree in sketching, watercolor and oil painting from the Central Institute of the Fine Arts in Beijing, China.
Chen has earned several titles and awards including Chairman of Anhui Oil Painting Research Association in China and is a member of the Artists Association of China.


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Stephen Pan 潘仲武, 1963 | Figurative painter


Born in Shanghai, Stephen Pan /潘仲武🎨 has been immersed in fine art all his life. For generations, his family has been renowned in China for artistic talent.
At the age of five, his grandfather, Bo Yin Pan, famous for calligraphy and poetry, gave him his first lessons in drawing and painting techniques.
Ironically, in spite of his close relationship with formal Chinese traditions in art, Pan fell in love with the paintings of renaissance🎨 and French impressionist🎨 periods.

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Mian Situ, 1953 | Impressionist painter


Born in southern China, Mian Situ / 司徒绵 earned BA and MFA degrees from the Guangzhou Institute of Fine Art and then worked as an art instructor for six years.
He lived in Canada for ten years before immigrating to the United States in 1998.
Situ won the Prix de West Purchase Award🎨 at the 2018 Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale.

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Karl Bang, 1935


Shanghai born painter 龐卡 Pang Ka Karl Bang was formally trained by the master artists of Chinese painting and he also formally trained in the European painting tradition in France and Belgium.
For biographical notes -in english and italian- and other works by Karl Bang see 龐卡 Pang Ka Karl Bang, 1935 | Visionary painter|.

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Weizhen Liang, 1955 | Impressionist painter


Chinese painter🎨 Weizhen Liang is a master member of American Impressionist Society and an artist member of the California Art Club.
Weizhen Liang, was born and raised in China. Her early interest in the arts focused on the written word and she received her BA degree in Chinese literature from Ji Nan University of Guang Zhou in China. Weizhen's aunt, An-Zhi Zhonng, was a well respected painter and professor at the Guang Zhou Academy of Fine Arts and she studied with her from an early age.

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Jin Fengshi, 1959 | Portrait painter


Chinese painter🎨 Jin Fengshi was born in Jilin Province. In 1987 he graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Yanbian University in Jilin Province.
In 1999 he graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts of the Tenth Seminar.
In, 2008 he got his master's degree in painting in Hongik University Department of Fine Arts.
Member: In Chinese Artists Association, national artist, portraits American Association.

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Vincent Xeus, 1981 | Figurative painter


Vincent Xeus is a torrential force on the international art scene that permeates and defines our contemporary culture. His relentless pursuit on re-evaluating and re-inventing fresh aesthetic visions is one of the most vital and remarkable characteristics of his creation.
Oscillating between figuration and abstraction, his work embraces, yet challenges the traditions of painting with an exploration of contemporary practices and observations. Xeus reminds the audience to continually adjust perceptions and to formulate new syntheses built upon the past.