Vanishing Spring (蕭湘玉留春)

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Artist: Jiangang Su

Vanishing Spring (蕭湘玉留春)

ink and colour on silk, silk mounted on paper
image size: 66x 31cm

雨洗蕭湘玉, 娟娟翠欲流。
山僧掃松戶, 疑是鳥啾啁。

宋人花鳥取虛、靜、美之韻。為後世工筆創作不二法門, 此作一竹一禽筆墨寥寥,妄求得其萬分之一妙足矣!

歲次辛丑六月吉日於雲城掃葉山房 蘇健剛


The rain washes the bamboo, and the graceful and green want to flow. The mountain monk swept clean the entrance, suspecting that it was a bird chirping.

Song Dynasty people took the rhythm of emptiness, tranquility and beauty from flowers and birds, which is the only method for fine brushwork for future generations of artists. This painting has only one branch of bamboo and one bird, and it is already enough to seek one ten thousandth of its wonderfulness!

Su, Jiangang at Leaf Sweeping Studio in Vancouver 2022.

Jiangang, Resonance of Paper Drifting, Gang,

The road is long, it's a long way to go, I will go up and down and keep exploring. Ultimate Happiness, Sudden Enlightenment, 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.

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