Zhaoming WU 吴兆铭 ✿ Part.2

Zhaoming Wu (吴兆铭) is a Chinese-born painter. Wu grew up in Guangzhou City, China. and he received his BFA from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and his MFA from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco, California.

Selvaggia tempesta come sono
mi brucio giorni
a vomitar l'Anima
e con mani e sensi deformi
sporche di libertà
a vibrar vita sul mio petto...

~ Catherine La Rose© ~
tratto da "Mi brucio giorni a vomitar l'Anima..."

Although he is best known for his figurative painting, using live models with flowing drapes, he is inspired by and paints the landscape.
The natural elements remind him of the curves of the body and folds of the cloth. Influenced by the 19th century French painters, he describes his work as “representational, but not traditional classical.”
This technique can be seen through the combination of more modern elements and understanding of graphic design. Utilizing his knowledge of heightened colors and values, he makes powerful, conscious decisions about their application.

Recent national and international publications have highlighted his vibrant career and technique. He has been featured in major domestic art magazines such as Fine Art Today, Fine Art Connoisseur, American Art Collector, Southwest Art and Plein Air Magazine. International publications include Arte Y Libertad (Spain), Art of Watercolor (China) and Pratique des Arts, (French). He has published 9 books and was featured in 3 instructional DVDs. Major awards and honors have been given to Zhaoming Wu. These organizations include the International Artist’s Magazine, Oil Painters of America and the National Oil and Acrylic Painter’s Society, among others. For 5 consecutive years, he was a juror of an international art contest at the Museum of Modern Art in Barcelona, Spain.

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