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The Growth Record ─Chinese Ink and Color Painting Creation of Shu-yu Chou
Ink and Color
The Growth record of Chinese Painting Creation Abstract: The author used to engage in drawing people on her school days. At the very beginning, what the author wanted to achieve was merely the physical similarities and description of simple scenes. Later on, she realized the necessity that the figures in her paintings must be closely bound with their times. Furthermore, the author tried to reflect the realities of social phenomena through her art creations. After working as a school teacher for several years, the author learned to understand that educational ideals and social environment play significantly important roles in the processes of children’s personality developments. Therefore, in the contents and forms of the creation, the author aims to express children’s naives and innocence, added with media images andpatterns signifying the process of children’s growth—with an eye to enrich the creation connotation and to increase the depth of the creation. An outline of the paper is as follows: Chapter 1 Introduction: A description of the motivation, object, method and scope of the research Being engaged in teaching for six years, I am gradually conceived that educational environments and social concepts always exert profound influence over children. Therefore, I choose pre-school kids as themes of my paintings, aiming to depict both children’s innocence and how children in Taiwan are influenced by local media and educational environments. I used to be dedicated in western paintings, both in forms and in spirits. After attending NTNU, I become addict to Chinese painting, especially paintings of people. I decided to integrate both the oriental and the occidental techniques, forms, and spirits, etc. into my art creation activities. Besides, I also deepen, widen, and enrich my painting by adding pastes, graves and prints. Hoping my painting will well connect with the time, and infuse new elements into traditional Chinese painting, thus calls for the sympathy feelings on the audience. Chapter 2：Analyzing and Exploring the Essential Factors of Chinese Painting The author will explore and analyze the techniques and spheres of traditional Chinese paintings on children at play, aiming to analogize what the spheres are when engaged in creating Chinese painting. The origin of the creation begins from expressing one’s self feelings over external objects; therefore, the artist usually shows their art through three main spheres: imitating the nature, transmitting of the essence of objects, and, finally, presenting the artist’s real self. Chapter 3：The Artist’s Ideas and Practices of Art Creation The purpose of creation is to reflect our life. We can integrate the social present situation and contemporaneity into our paintings. By the paintings that we can convey the function of social enlightenment. The main contents are as far as thought be concerned： (1) reflection of the livelihood (2) conferring life subjection (3) criticize the children’s education and the social environment. The creational purse is to combine Chinese and Western’s painting techniques and emphasize the design symbol. Chapter 4：Finished Work The creational paintings are by children primarily from pure describe of daily life to discussion of social subjection. Chapter 5：Conclusion A closing summary is made for the 2-year-long research and the creative process. Keywords: Growth、Record、Ink and Color、Portrait
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