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Study of Watercolor Landscape Painting
Mak Sze Nang
The landscape of Taiwan is known for diversities of natural beauty composing towering mountains, restful lakes, beautiful waterfalls, hot springs, fantastic coastal rock formations, freshwater and brackish ponds, mudflats, marsh, rice paddies, and woodland. Due to the rapid expansion of tourism industry and drastic development on supporting infrastructures in the past decades, many of the natural beauties were either damaged or deteriorated. The restoration and recovering of these scenic areas to origin faces is no longer possible. Being grew up in Taiwan and having an exceptional care toward land and water in taiwan, the author would like to express his concern and to draw public’s awareness on the importance of nature and historical reservation for Taiwan through his creative paintings. The author intends to use his heartfelt painting that capturing the essence of Taiwan natural beauty as a powerful tool in arousing public’s echo on natural resources reservation. Hopefully our next generation can also enjoy the same natural beauties with our efforts and consideration. The author has been specializing in creative water colour painting and would take this opportunity in introducing innovative painting approaches in expressing Taiwan gorgeous landscapes. From the creative point of view, the author is anticipating new challenging on both applying creative painting techniques and adopting evolutionary ideas in his production. Subsequently, a new direction and wave of painting style is expected to be formed in this writing process.
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