Outside the Sycamore Mountain House, towering into the clouds. The branches welcome the birds from the north and the south, and the leaves are sent to the wind.
The ancients once discussed the origin of the name of flower and bird paintings. The poet Liuyi knew more about the names of birds, animals, and herbs, and the four seasons also recorded its rise and fall. In Chinese painting, all works that depict flowers, insects and birds are called flower and bird paintings, and their creative intentions are often related to human activities, not copying nature, but from the encounters between flowers, plants, fish, insects and people's life, and the connection of thoughts and emotions to strengthen the performance. Ancient flower and bird paintings paid attention to both realism and the expression of beauty and kindness. The author's inner thoughts and pursuits are shown through creation. – Jiangang Su of Qinchuan, February 2022
Sudden Enlightenment. The road is long, it's a long way to go, I will go up and down and keep exploring. Safe always. Jiangang. Leaf Sweeping Studio
Jiangang Su (born in 1974), graduated from Changshu Institute of Technology in Arts and Crafts. He specializes in traditional Chinese painting, calligraphy and seal carving. In the 1980s, he studied under Mr. Yan Gongda, a famous calligrapher and seal carver. Su is also an experienced art educator. His works are collected internationally and appear in the private collections of many art institutions and galleries. In 2017 he served as the Art Director of the Canada 150th Anniversary International Tea Festival. Su is a member of Jiangsu Calligraphers Association, the Suzhou Calligraphers Association, and is a senior registered Teacher of China.