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Blooming Flowers Like Dreams
The purpose of this dissertation stems from self and third party’s observation of the nature, and reflects on one’s inner pressure, conversion, and release. Laozi, an Eastern philosopher’s, attitude toward the value of life was triggered by the thought on water. Through the symbolic meaning of "water", he taught people different aspects of life attitude. From ancient times to the present, the traditional Chinese "flower and bird painting" has always been a symbol of hidden metaphors. In addition to the symbolic discussion of the flow line and the exploration of the subconscious mind, this article also uses the metaphors of butterflies, flowers, grass, and tree roots to tell the unspeakable story hidden in the heart. The purpose of this research is originated from the aspect of classical Chinese aesthetics. This dissertation is divided into five parts. The first chapter includes: the motivation and purpose of the research, the content and scope of the research, and the methods and steps of the research. The second chapter mainly discusses oriental aesthetics, western subconsciousness and "poetic" in traditional Chinese paintings: Laozi's philosophical thoughts on "water", the discussion of "goodness as water", the exploration of subconsciousness, including Freud, Adler and Jung's doctrine, the expression of "poetic" in painting, and the discussion of "emptiness and reality." The third chapter is the discussion of creation’s concept, which includes: the symbolic meaning of flow lines and flowers and the metaphorical connotation in flower and bird paintings. Example authors who draw flower and bird paintings that integrate modern thinking and humanism are given: Yue-Mei Zheng, Yi-Cheng Hu,Shu-Qing Huang, and Yi-Hua Sun. The discussion also includes their art works’ connotations, poetries and dreams, metaphors, layouts, Stage of Mirror, media, and techniques.The fourth Chapter is the practice and analysis of "Blooming Flowers Like a Dream." The fifth chapter is the conclusion: creative thinking and future prospect. The author hopes that this creation can give full play of the characteristics of Chinese brush painting while blending modern people's life experience and become a flower and bird painting that relieves feelings.
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