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|Title:||山川氤氳的水墨表現 - 江麗香創作論述|
Misty Mountains and Rivers in Ink: The Discourse of Creation by Chiang Li-Hsiang.
Misty ink method
Modern ink painting
Tension of white line
The objective of this study was to investigate the evolution trend for traditional and modern ink painting from the form and content. The painting themes in this study were drawn from mountains and rivers in nature landscape. Formally, modern ink painting has tripped from the stick strokes specification of traditional ink. However, in the spiritual meaning, modern ink painting still cherishes the traditional aesthetics. Misty ink method and vivid atmosphere rhythm are still the pursuing performance of artistic spirit for ink painters. The author has a literary background; thus the perspectives of literature, philosophy, and art history were further investigated. In the first Chapter, the motivation and objective, research scope, and relationship between research and creation were expounded. The second Chapter discussed the origin and evolution of the aesthetics of mountains and rivers. The travel literature was prosperous in the Dynasties Wei and Jin. It enlightened landscape painting and combined with the thoughts of Taoism resulting to a unique aesthetics of literati landscape painting. In the third Chapter, the art performance of pen brush sensation and ink rhythm in traditional literati painting in contrasting with the new interpretation of strokes, lines, and texture in modern ink painting were further investigated. The lines are still the main element of picture composition, but a variety of new performance vocabulary has been presented in the works of modern ink painters. This explains that the ink painting should follow the contemporary concepts. In the fourth Chapter, the creative ideas of modern ink art were discoursed and focused on the connection with new mediums and experimental techniques to new age thinking. The creative ideas and forms of the author were explained in the fifth Chapter by analyzing self-works. The author summarized the conclusions from the traditional literati painting over self-exploration processes in modern ink painting and self-expectations for the future.
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