The art of Chinese landscape art has long been a source of inspiration to Japanese and American artists.
In recent years, Chinese landscapes have received a significant boost in popularity with the popularity of the country’s recent “Golden Era” of film.
With a booming film industry, there’s a huge demand for art from China.
But now, one of the world’s leading landscape artists is taking that demand to new heights.
The Chinese landscape painter Tsung-chang Huang, known for his “pink roses” paintings, has won a $15,000, 12-month contest to make the film adaptation of his best-selling book, “Painted China: How Chinese Landscapes Are the Source of Modern Art.”
“There’s a lot of new interest in Chinese landscapes,” said Hu.
“The whole idea of landscapes is changing.
There’s more interest in natural landscapes and urban landscapes.
And in terms of the culture, it’s not so much about the architecture, but about the way people perceive the landscape.”
Huang, who’s known for the art of “pinks roses,” says his inspiration for his film was his experience working in a factory where he encountered the effects of chemical pollution.
“I was working in an office in a large factory where chemical pollution was happening, and I was able to see what was happening to the workers,” Huang said.
“It was quite an eye-opening experience.”
Huong said he’s now considering his next project, and said he hopes to be a part of the new wave of Chinese art.
“I’m a bit of a bit-of-a-buzzkill artist.
I’m a weirdo,” he said.
Huang hopes to create a film that’s not only about Chinese landscape, but also about the “tongues and feelings of people living in cities.”
“We have to go beyond the surface to the heart of the city.
I want to explore that deep.”
Huung hopes to use his winning entry for the upcoming Shanghai Art Festival.
“There will be many Chinese artists working there, as well as other international artists, to show off their work,” he added.