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A Study on the Creation of New Journey through Analyzing the Forms of Tension in Chi-Chun Liao's Paintings
A Study on the Creation of New Journey through Analyzing the Forms of Tension in Chi-Chun Liao's Paintings Abstract The research investigates the relationship between the formal factors of high tension in painting and the articulation of painting, with the expectation to expand the scale of the expression of tension in my work. The investigation consists of both theoretical exploration and artistic creation. The theoretical part has as its axis “the analysis of the forms of high tension” and works through the paintings of Chi-Chun Liao. This part examines the relationship between the forms of high tension and the formal articulation of painting and advances appreciation and understanding of Chi-Chun Liao’s paintings. The following is the conclusion: First, six definitions of tension have been summed up from literature review. Second, Chi-Chun Liao’s paintings demonstrate the features of Fauvism and the characteristics out of the fusion of Fauvism, Expressionism, and Abstract Expressionism. The qualities of these paintings have inherent connection with tension, confirming the fact that Liao’s painting obviously contains the potentiality of tension, which will offer an alternative approach toward Liao’s works of art. Third, this research will yield the conclusion of the analysis of the painting styleand high tension in Liao’s paintings. In the part of artistic creation, the theme of the “fishing boat” threads through the oeuvre. I attempt to demonstrate a different picture beyond my previous achievement and distinct from other’s style through the varying perceptions in life triggered by the fishing boat. The thematized oeuvre is titled “New Journey.” The following is the outcome in terms of the employment of artistic creation and the articulation of tension: First, the heightening of the meaning of the work: The two concepts of “the cognitive domain of personal artistic creation” and “the goal of personal artistic creation” have been adopted as my principle and aim to enrich the meaning of my works of art through utmost effort and inexhaustible will. Second, the advancement of articulation of tension in painting: The six definitions of tension from literature review have been appropriately employed on different works of art by taking into consideration each of the works’ unique characteristics. The help of five people to classify high, medium, and low tension was elicited to examine the performance of tension in my works of art, and some results of performance of tension have been achieved. Three, the improvement of formal application in my works of art: The conclusion obtained from the analysis of the forms of high tension in Liao’s paintings will help to elevate my works of art.
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