Great Passion Comes with Age, Chung-Chuan Cheng's Art Song After 60 / Viviane Lee

Chung-Chuan Cheng (b. 1931), a female Taiwanese artist, was born in Hsin-Chu City, the so-called “Windy City”. She has had a great passion for art since her teens. After finishing the B.F.A. study at National Taiwan Normal University, she participated in the “Fifth Moon Group” set up with several alumni artists in 1957. However, in the same year, the artist stopped to show her considerate talent as she chose to be married and moved to Japan. While being involved in being a housewife, she read lots of classics and religious books in her free time. Due to an inextinguishable passion for art in mind, the artist was intent on painting again in her sixties. Thus, she has exhibited her works in both Japan and Taiwan in recent decades. The artist enjoys painting and life so much that her sufferings from the minor ailments can be relieved. Last year, the kind-hearted artist donated many works to charity at her hometown. Chung-Chuan Cheng is such a remarkable and honorable artist in Taiwan.

Timeless, Simplicity: Scandinavian Masterpieces of Furniture (classic series from 1940 to 1960)

Dates: 2012/8/14~9/8
Venues: Moons Art Gallery

” When Grace Meets Dalí “

Speaker: Grace Wang
Date&Time: Saturday, 21 July, 2012 (at 16:00p.m.)
Venue: Moons Art Gallery (No. 363, Sec. 2, Gong Dao Fifth Rd., Hsin-Chu City

In this vibrant summer, the masterpeices of Salvador Dalí are being exhibited at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. The rare-seen art exhibition is a good opportunity for Taiwanese citizens to understand Salvador Dalí, the Spanish surrealist artist living in the infinite fantasy.

Powen Gallery will hold a speech “When Grace Meets Dalí” in Hsin-Chu for citzens to know more about this great artist. The guide, Grace Wang will speak with characteristic art enthusiasm to lead every art lovers to explore Salvador Dalí's dreamland.

T-Art in Taichung 2012

Powen Gallery at Room 505, 506(5F)

28th Jun. 2012, Thur. 15:00 - 19:00

Exhibition Dates:
29th Jun. 2012, Fri. 12:00 - 20:00
30th Jun. 2012, Sat. 12:00 - 20:00
1st July. 2012, Sun. 12:00 - 19:00

Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taichung
No. 6, Chungkang Rd., Sec. 2, Taichung 407

Cheerful Buds in the Early Summer– Wan-Ting Su

Wan-Ting Su, aged 30, a female Taiwanese artist was born in Hsin-chu.  After graduating from the department of Art Education at National Taichung Teachers College, in 2007, she obtained M.F.A degree in Institute of Plastic Art at Tainan National University of Arts.  In 2009, she was accepted by Taiwan’s Artists in Residence (A.I.R) program and produced artworks at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in America.  Her artwork types are as diverse as installation art, video art, sculpture, and painting.