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The Window Shadow Imagery ─ A Discussion on Feng-Su Teng’s Color Ink Creation
The author uses the principles of the theory of Chinese paintings, aesthetics and basic elements describing light and shadow as well as the concepts of characteristics as the foundation of her theory to explore the form of light/shadow between Chinese and western paintings and to compare pen and ink techniques to that of the concept of virtue/real light and shadow display of western color landscaping paintings . Light is an indispensable element in western paintings, one can see clearly from the works of masters such as Caravaggio and Rembrandt, that they displayed superior skills of light application, natural and artificial alike, in all their paintings. As to Chinese paintings, we recommend Li Kieran, whose mastering in the law of nature in combination with modern concept of aesthetics enables his paintings to explore the beauty of nature’s light and shadow. In the aspects of skills: the author uses elements of force,layers, methods,styles , and contents of Chinese painting to pursue the sense of three-dimension and space on a flat surface, she also uses Chinese painting methods of virtue/real, strong/weak,thick/thin and the overlapping of lines and shapes ,as well as the profile structure and changes of texture to achieve the sense of depth. The scope of research of this thesis is based upon the following three parts: the first, the light/shadow pattern of Chinese and western arts. The second ,the concept and practice of window shadow creation. And the third,the discussion/discourse of the theme of creation . In terms of creative ideas, the author of this article analyzes the virtual/ reality window creation practice by using artistic concept of window art and window view landscaping painting, the techniques of light/shadow between Chinese and western paintings, as well as the representation of aesthetic layout of space to form the basis of her individual works. Her creative works are divided into three parts, “Memory Window”series,”Timely Window”series, and “Shuttle Window” series.
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