A solo exhibition of graphic artwork by
Although high technologies have been evolving at a quick pace, a horse remains a living prototype and symbol of innovations in numerous artistic styles in different countries in the West and East. I fact, a modern person can see a horse in artistic works more often than in real life.
The artist’s approach unifies creative Chinese traditions with her modern search for new topics and subjects, as well as her specific methods of drawing.
Evgeny Shuneiko, art critic
Note: In Ancient China, horses were honored as a symbol of pride, well–being, and supreme power. They were frequently compared with a kind, talented and hard–working man. Numerous idiomatic expressions are connected with these animals, including “full of energy”, “quick success”, “to take the initiative”. That is why images of horses in Chinese paintings are associated with positive emotions, and wishes of development and prosperity.
The most popular subject in the Chinese arts is Eight Racers. This artistic symbol bears a special meaning in career development. These paintings have a special feature. One can come across many copies of the same painting signed by different artists. Is it a mistake? Absolutely not. It is a different approach, a specific feature of the Eastern art. A copy is treated as a separate work of art. Xu Beihong (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xu_Beihong) is the most popular artist who used the topic of racers in his works.
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