Zhang Wei Guang, also called ‘mirror' was born in Helong Jang, China in 1968. Having made a deep formative research about the cromatism of oil painting technique, the artist interprets the objects of the tradition through a ‘photographic' pictorial yield. His works are often still-life representations, like scenographic sets of flowers, painted potsherds and glass bowls with fruits. The choice of diffused and soft lights, with delicate and bright chromatic solutions, provides an atmosphere of silent and intimate harmony. Recovering the guóhuà Chinese tradition of the representation of landscape and the typical sino-intimateness of the pictorial floral decorations, his works celebrate the beauty of his culture. The artist lives and works in Beijing and in the Heilongjiang province.
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