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紐約藝院師生 來舊金山美國國際藝術館臨摹(相關新聞彙整)

紐約藝院師生 來舊金山美國國際藝術館臨摹(相關新聞彙整)

 

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紐約藝院師生 來舊金山美國國際藝術館臨摹
記者黃少華/舊金山報導 20191104 06:13
紐約藝術學院教務長德雷克(左)和他的學生(右)在舊金山美國國際藝術館進行臨摹作業。(記者黃少華╱攝影)
..第三世多杰羌佛的韻雕畫作展現出世外桃源景象。(記者黃少華╱攝影)
紐約藝術學院教務長德雷克(Peter Drake)昨天帶領15名碩士畢業生到舊金山美國國際藝術館現場上課,並在對包括H..第三世多杰羌佛和玉花壽之王教授等國際級藝術家作品臨摹作畫時,讚嘆不已。
舊金山美國國際藝術館館長關維誠對代表團的訪問表示歡迎,營運長杜英慈和其她館員向代表團介紹了每個展廳的展品。世界日報社長駱焜祺到場與包括德雷克在內的代表團成員會面,並對舊金山美國國際藝術館的館藏和展覽工作表示讚賞
德雷克先前曾到舊金山美國國際藝術館參觀,被該館展品所震撼,這次親率15名學生前來學習臨摹。他說,這是這批學生首次來到舊金山美國國際藝術館
來自英國的女藝術家及碩士畢業生休絲(Amy Hughes)已經在紐約學習和生活了5年,專門學習油畫。她說,通過這次參觀,讓她充分領略到不同文化藝術的精髓,尤其是深刻體會到中華文化的博大精深。
從事油畫和雕塑助教工作的紐約藝術學院2019屆碩士畢業生方欽東認為,舊金山美國國際藝術館有這麼多中國頂級名家的畫作「真品」,確實讓人震撼,收穫很大。他說,這也是他第一次近距離觀看H..第三世多杰羌佛的韻雕作品,給他一種「仙境」般的神秘。
美國國際藝術館約250件展品當中,含H..第三世多杰羌佛借展的100多幅藝術作品。他的藝術作品在藝術拍賣市場上,屢創在世藝術家畫家的最高價。
其中最被關注的是「寶貝室」中的絕世韻雕珍品「一柱擎天」,以及被稱為「佛斧神工」、能把霧氣刻畫存形於雕刻藝術中的作品。由H..第三世多杰羌佛獨創的韻雕具有多維空間感,超越自然造化景緻,勝於天然礦石的存在與成色之美;韻雕的石洞之美,色彩豐富斑斕,渾然天成,其刀下所雕刻出的溶洞風光玄妙莫測;天然的祥雲霧氣於作品石洞中繚繞不散,宛如「世外桃源」。
H.H.第三世多杰羌佛獨創16種全新畫派,含中國水墨畫、西洋油畫、韻雕、書法、金石篆刻、詩詞歌賦及彩繪瓷磚等文化藝術精品。其繪畫種類,於題材方面有山水、花鳥、走獸、魚蟲、人物等;技巧方面含蓋工筆、寫意、潑墨等傳統水墨功底,以及西洋畫派現有的具象、抽象、印象及筆畫線條等畫派技法。
玉花壽之王教授的畫最近在巴黎羅浮宮展出,震動歐洲,其作品之意境與成就達到藝術的最高境界,受到藝術界的一致讚歎。她創作的小品畫「竹籃石榴」於318日在紐約貞觀國際春拍會上拍出127萬美元的天價奪冠,說明她的作品藝術價值已經得到社會有識之士和藝術品藏家的認可
舊金山美國國際藝術館營運長杜念慈認為,畫家按創作水平可分「四格」。一是「能格」,即寫生階段做到形似;二是「妙格」,畫得很美妙;三是「神格」,形神兼具;四是「逸格」,以高超的技法隨心所欲畫出出神入化的作品。該館終身榮譽館長玉花壽之王就是「逸格」,中國畫家當中能達到「逸格」者,屈指可數。與西洋畫的塞尚、高更等齊名。
杜英慈表示除了H..第三世多杰羌佛和玉花壽之王教授的作品,美國國際藝術館還展出了昌碩、齊白石、黃賓虹、潘天壽、傅抱石、徐悲鴻、李可染、張大千、惲壽平等名家的作品,還有雍正皇帝的書法,而且是「真品」,這是相較於其它很多藝術館的最大不同點。
舊金山美國國際藝術館館藏作品遴選標準有三:一 藝術家作品必須至少被兩座以上世界知名藝術館收藏;二藝術家作品在藝術市場的拍賣價每平方呎至少在20萬美元以上;三是藝術家有一定的影響力或地位,如各國藝術館館長或藝術學院院長。
 
轉載自:世界日報
 
臨摹真品難得 人人聚精會神
記者黃少華/舊金山報導 20191104 06:02
 
紐約藝術學院一名女生在中國畫前臨摹一朵花。(記者黃少華╱攝影
紐約藝術學院教務長德雷克(Peter Drake)率15名碩士研究生在舊金山美國國際藝術館進行了約3小時的現場臨摹。
舊金山美國國際藝術館的館藏有不少創作真品,紐約藝術學院師生格外珍惜學習機會,每個人都在完成參觀後,端坐在自己選定的若干書法畫作前,用手中的畫筆仔細描繪,並揣摩筆法之奧妙。
中華文化源遠流長,中國書畫是重要組成部分。觀賞和臨摹有很大區別,觀賞只在表面,臨摹卻可以深層研究探討。
華裔學生方欽東說,有些美國校友可以臨摹中國書法,館內不同族裔工作人員也可以讀出來,讓他非常驚訝。他說,通過臨摹,加深了同學們對中華書畫文化的認識,包括深入探討H..第三世多杰羌佛16種畫派,是很好的學習經驗。
 
轉載自:世界日報

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NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART CONDUCTS MASTER CLASS AT THE INTERNATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF AMERICA
 
Nov 7, 2019 | Art
 
Faculty Members and Students are Thrilled by the Rare Opportunity to Copy World Class Art Treasure.
 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, November 07, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Provost of the New York Academy of Art Peter Drake led 15 Master’s students to San Francisco to conduct a Master Class at the International Art Museum of America, home to some of the rarest art treasures in the world. The group was excited about studying and copying original world class artworks displayed at the Museum. In particular, they admired profusely the artworks by His Holiness Dorje Chang Buddha III and Professor Yuhua Shouzhi Wang.
 
The visiting group from New York was welcomed by Matthew Kuan, President of the International Art Museum of America. Since the first time he had visited the Museum, Peter Drake has always been impressed by the extraordinary exhibits and collection of the Museum. He felt privileged to have this rare opportunity for him and his students to study and copy the artworks of IAMA on site.
 
Since the students had never been to the International Art Museum of America, Loretta Huang, Director of Museum Operations, and staff gave a tour to introduce the artworks in each gallery. After the tour, both students and faculty members of the New York Academy of Art were fascinated by the exceptional quality as well as range of artworks by renowned world class artists. During the visit, Drake and the group also met the President of World Journal San Francisco Ken Lo who acclaimed that the Museum’s unique collection and excellent exhibition programs were very impressive.
 
According to Loretta Huang, out of approximately 250 artworks currently on view at the International Art Museum of America, more than 100 of them are on loan from H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III whose works have repeatedly achieved the highest prices at art auctions, beyond those ever reached by any living artists. H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III is the originator of 16 unique and unprecedented painting styles with which His Holiness the Buddha depicts subject matters that include landscape, flower, bird, animal, fish, insect, and human figures. His Holiness the Buddha employs profoundly masterful techniques including but not limited to traditional Chinese painting methods such as meticulous style, freestyle, and ink wash; as well as Western painting styles such as figurative, abstract, impressionist, and line drawing. The works of His Holiness the Buddha also encompass a wide range of art forms including ink painting, calligraphy, oil painting, sculpture, color-rendered tile, stone and bronze inscription, poetry, verse, ode, and song.
 
Most miraculously, in each of these art forms, H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III stands at an unrivaled level of accomplishment.
 
What the group found most inconceivable is how an individual could master so many art forms and also break new ground in each and every art form. It takes most artists a lifetime to achieve a certain level of mastery. That is why the students were dumbfounded by the extremely wide-ranging abilities and the inimitable artistic excellence of His Holiness the Buddha.
 
In the International Art Museum of America, there is a Treasure Room that holds rare world treasures of Yun sculpture created by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III. When the group entered the Treasure Room, they were awestruck by the intricate and magnificent works of art in front of their eyes. Yun sculpture is an art form uniquely originated by His Holiness the Buddha. Art pieces in the Treasure Room include “A Majestic and Splendid Stone Suggestive of Poetry, Song, and Painting,” and another work esteemed to be “miraculously divine artistry of Buddha” within which mist was carved to become an actual part of the artwork. Extraordinary works of art created by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III are paragons of the quintessence of world art and culture.
 
Upon close examination, the group realized that these Yun sculptures embody a multi-dimensional sense of space; their beauty transcends natural scenery, and their colors are more exquisite than those of natural rock formations. Inside the stone cave of one of the Yun sculptures, one can see richly magnificent colors as if they were intrinsically part of the artwork, with no trace of rendering. Within the melting cave is the miraculous scenery of the infinite depth of enigmatic mist that does not dissipate, exuding the sense of an otherworldly paradise. Teaching assistant Qindong Fang was confounded by this viewing experience. This is the first time he ever looked at Yun sculptures. He said that the Yun sculptures exude a mystique and a sense of wondrous heavenly bliss.
 
During the tour, Loretta Huang also introduced to the group that classical scholars had categorized the levels of artistic creation in ink painting four classes: Class of Proficiency, Class of Wonderment, Class of Divinity, and Class of Ease. First is the Class of Proficiency where one’s sketching skill achieves likeness of form. Second is the Class of Wonderment where an artist is able to paint anything effortlessly. Third is the Class of Divinity where one is able to render likeness of both form and spirit. Fourth is the Class of Ease where the artist uses most succinct brushwork and superb technique to enliven both form and spirit, accomplishing a magnificent masterpiece.
 
The artistry of the Honorary Lifetime President of the International Art Museum of America, Professor Yuhua Shouzhi Wang is at the Class of Ease, the highest state of accomplishment. Throughout the history of ink painting, very few artists have ever accomplished the Class of Ease. When the solo painting exhibition of Professor Wang Seeing Two Worlds in One Flower was recently held at the Louvre Museum in Paris, her art astounded the European art world where experts in the field all held her paintings in high esteem. The art of Professor Yuhua Shouzhi Wang has been revered as having the same standing as Western painters such as Cezanne and Gauguin.
 
During the exhibition opening at the Louvre Museum in Paris last month, the Artistic Director of Musée Cernuschi, Eric Lefebvre said: “The creativity in these artworks comes from the innate creative abilities of the artist. The artwork presents such a sense of ease and pleasantness to the viewers. This exhibition is of very high standard.” Francesca Baldi of Centre Pompidou said: “The artist’s skillset and the multiplicity of her techniques are astonishing.” President of Académie International de peinture à l’encre, Mr. Robert Faure commented: “The skill of the artist is profound. She is presenting many different painting styles all at once. This is an incredible show!”
 
In the art market, one of Professor Yuhua Shouzhi Wang’s small paintings “Pomegranates in a Basket” realized a top auction price of US$1.27 million at the Gianguan Auction House in New York on March 13 of this year. This clearly indicates that the art of Professor Yuhua Shouzhi Wang is recognized by art collectors and people of foresight alike.
 
The group led by Peter Drake felt privileged to have the opportunity to study and copy artworks of such extraordinary standing. They felt that they would not be able to understand the depth of skills just by viewing the works. Therefore, they cherished this Master Class at International Art Museum of America where they could study and emulate the brushworks, lines, colors, nuances, and inner essence of the artworks. Appreciating is skimming the surface; only through copying can one engage in an in-depth study of the works.
 
During the Master Class, each member of faculty and student artist from many authentic works of art that they like, and then sat in front of the painting to copy. Everyone engaged their intense focus to explore, study, and copy the exquisite artworks.
 
Ink painting and calligraphy is a major component in Chinese culture, originating from an ancient origin and will continue to flourish for a long time. Qindong Fang said that he is astounded by the large number of original paintings by iconic Chinese artists exhibited by the International Art Museum of America. He said it was such a nice surprise to see that some of his fellow American students were able to copy Chinese calligraphy; and Museum staff members of different ethnicities were also able to identify from which artworks they were copying. Fang said that it was a wonderful opportunity for him and his fellow students to gain better knowledge of the culture of Chinese painting and calligraphy, and especially to explore in-depth the 16 unique painting styles originated by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III. All in all, he found this an exceptionally fulfilling learning experience.
 
Amy Hughes, a graduate student from the U.K. studying oil painting at New York Academy of Art said that this trip was eye-opening for her. She has been living and studying in New York for five years. Coming to the International Art Museum of America in San Francisco, she was able to gain insight the essence of art from a different culture. She is especially impressed by the expansiveness and profundity of art that stems from the scholarly tradition of Chinese culture.
 
In addition to exhibiting the works of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III and Professor Yuhua Shouzhi Wang, the International Art Museum of America also exhibits works by iconic Chinese artists including Wu Changshuo, Qi Baishi, Huang Binhong, Pan Tianshou, Fu Baoshi, Xu Beihong, Li Keran, Zhang Daqian, Yun Shouping; as well as authentic calligraphic art by the Emperor Yongzheng.
 
According to Loretta Huang, the International Art Museum of America in San Francisco holds three criteria for artworks to be admitted for exhibition: First, the works of the artist must be collected by at least two world famous art museums. Second, the auction price of the artist’s works must exceed US$200,000 per square foot. Third, the artist must have substantial influence or status in the world, such as being director of a museum or provost of an art academy. The eminence of the art exhibits is what differentiates the International Art Museum of America from many other museums in the world.
 
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