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The Image of Huatsuen - Chang, Sulan's Creative Discourse on Ink Painting
This research is based on images of “Huatsuen” (pattern of flower veins)extracted from the daily surroundings. Subtle observations of “Huatsuen,” combined with individual life experiences, constitute the core of this research as well as the author’s artistic creation. By dint of the images of “Huatsuen,” the author conveys how individual perception of nature and traces of the vicissitudes of personal life have been mutually folded into artistic creation. Through the form of ink painting, the creation process lays out the variations of the author’s state of mind. The first chapter introduces the research motivation and purpose, the research scope and methods, and the relationship between research and artistic creation. Literature overview in the second chapter starts with the characteristics of “Tsuen” in traditional literati paintings, exploring the tension of ink brushstrokes and analyzing the essence and aesthetic appeal of “Huatsuen.” Moreover, in light of the transformative development of modern ink painting, along with the demonstration of five common types of images of “Huatsuen” (rock, wall, bark, flower, water) in the daily surroundings, modern ink painting masters’ novel expressions of the same images are further revealed. The third chapter elaborates the author’s concept of creation, consisting of four series: wall, bark, flower, and water. The form of creation in each series and their respective materials, techniques, and steps are illustrated and explained. The fourth chapter interprets the author’s artistic works by explicating individual style in the composition of images. The conclusion in Chapter Five summarizes how the author takes inspiration from traditional ink brushstrokes as a departure point and, with a further step, delves into the composition of images in modern ink painting. This research and creation process has facilitated the author’s self-exploration of the inner world and envisioned self-expectation for the future.
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