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Xu Baiyi

Painter

Born

08/06/1958, Changchun, China

Education

1976 Started formal training of drawing and painting.
1985 Graduated from Changchun Institute of Education Fine Arts Department, Major in Chinese meticulous flower-and-bird painting, student of Zheng Hua.
1996 Graduated from Northeastern Normal University Fine Arts College.
2001 Academic tour to the United States

Exhibitions

1977 Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition of Jilin province.
1983 Youth Art Exhibition of Changchun.
1989 Exhibitions in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe, Tokushima.
1993 Chinese meticulous flower-and-bird painting exhibition of Xu Baiyi and his students. Changchun, China.
1994 8th National Art Exhibition. Beijing, China.
1996 Painting Exhibition of Northeast China, Shenyang
1995 Art Exhibition for the 50th of WWII Commemoration, Biejing
1996 Jilin Province Art Exhibition, Third Prize.
1996 National Exhibition of Fan Art, Bronze Prize.
1998 Exhibitions in USA, became honorary citizen of Alhambra, California.
1999 Jilin Province Art Exhibition. Third Prize.
1999 Gangwon-do International Art Fair, Korea.
2003 Washington Square Art Exhibition, New York, USA.
2003 Lecture in Asian Art Association, Connecticut, USA
2005 Javits International Art Exhibition, New York, USA
2012 “Northern Beauty”, Mao Mossaleum, Beijing, China.

Galleries

About the Artist

Xu Baiyi is honorary board member of Jilin Fine Arts Association, of Northeastern Normal University Fine Arts College and Jilin University Institute of Technology Academic Committee member. He is also Director of the Institute of Chinese Classical Painting and full-time professor at Jilin University Fine Arts Department. Meanwhile, Mr.Xu is also vice president of the Chinese Artists in the USA.

Xu Baiyi is an expert in Chinese classical paintings of still-life, animal and scenery. His main subjects are Changbai Mountain and Songliao Basin. He is a pioneer about “technological art” discussions". Thanks to his travels in North America, Europe and Asia he masters five categories in paintings: realistic illustration of a concrete idea; abstract illustration of an abstract idea; half realistic and half abstract illustration in traditional Chinese paintings; abstract illustration demonstrating a concrete idea and realistic illustration demonstrating an abstract idea.

He promotes the creative revival of classical paintings while adhering to the spirit of Chinese traditional art. His works feature from both traditional and modern artistic elements. Utilising realistic forms of expression to demonstrate a metaphysical sublime realm that cannot be seen but only felt, he creates a truly a new genre of abstract painting. A quiet and lyrical atmosphere as well as comfortable beyond invisible.

 



Works