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  • Wang Jing
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1996 Born in Shanxi Province

2011 Graduated from the Sichuan fine arts institute with a bachelor’s degree

2015 Graduated from the Central academy of fine arts with a master’s degree

Currently works and lives in Chongqing




Random WritingInvitation Exhibition of Young Artists, Wujing Art Center, Chongqing, China


New Vision Ancient Road, Zhengjian Sunshine Art Center, Beijing, China

"The Belt and Road" Western Printmaking New Power Tour, Yunnan/Chongqing, China

The 5th China Youth Printmaking Exhibition, China Printmaking Museum, Shenzhen, China

The 5th Xuyuan Youth Printmaking Biennial Exhibition, Xuyuan Art Center, Beijing, China


LightLu Ren Gallery Collection Exhibition, Suzhou, China

Humanistic Relief, Jinshan Art Warehouse, Chongqing, China


Sichuan Fine Arts Institute Annual Exhibition, Huxi Commune, Chongqing, China

"Growing land" Suzhou Cultural Investigation and Resident Project, Luren Gallery, Suzhou, China


My artistic creation has been trying to adhere to a complete vein from the undergraduate to the graduate stage. No matter from the theme, language and the emotion behind the screen, I hope to convey natural and poetic feelings. I capture inspiration from nature. The objective images in nature, which may be lush trees and jungles or withered branches and leaves, can establish a hazy and poetic painting space in my artistic creation.

The series of works of "Huang Huang" originated from another understanding of nature and poetry.Art works are displayed in the form of painting combinations, trying to build a complete "natural world" in the spatial area. Images enter the space in different ways, and the works hanging on the wall and the painting devices placed on the ground are spatial stacks. In this mutually related art "field", an individual's feeling of natural life is established, which is more like a dialogue with the viewer.

The expression of paintings is not a direct depiction of objective objects. After long-term study and appreciation of Chinese traditional paintings, I have benefited a lot from the essence of Chinese traditional aesthetics. Art works are the final expression of the aesthetic ideal of the art creators. They represent things in a subjective and free way from their own feelings and moods. The object changes from the real physical space in nature to the indistinct and hazy image space represented by this painting, which contains my feelings for it after its transformation. It is the embodiment of my creative aesthetic perspective. The work conveys the harmony between nature and emotion with quiet and simple pictures.