《寂寞孤征》
《迎向光明》
《深藍的記憶》
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 Li Hsi-Chia(1963-)
Experience

 Doctor of Philosophy, Chinese Culture University
 Master of Arts, Chinese Culture University
 Bachelor of Arts, Chinese Culture University
Changhua County Hao Xiu Elementary School

 

Solo exhibition

2014 solo exhibition, “Li Hsi-Chia Following the Example of Nature”, Hwa Kang Museum/ Taipei/ Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)
2012 solo exhibition, “Li Hsi-Chia Following the Example of Nature”, Hwa Kang Museum/ Taipei/ Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)
2011 solo exhibition, “Li Hsi-Chia Existence and Vitality Oil Painting Exhibition”, Ling Tung Arts Center/ Taichung/ Ling Tung University (Taiwan)
2008 joint exhibition, “Drifting Island Joint Exhibition”, Taipei Fine Arts Museum/ Taipei/ Invited by Taipei Fine Arts Museum (Taiwan)
2004 solo exhibition, “Li Hsi-Chia Sound of Every Living Thing on the Land”– homesickness, wandering about, vitality, sublimity oil painting exhibition, Hwa Kang Museum/ Taipei/ Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)
1999 solo exhibition, “Reality and Moving Li Hsi-Chia Oil Painting Exhibition”, National Taiwan Arts Education Center/ Taipei/ Department of Cultural Affairs, Taipei City Government (Taiwan)

Joint exhibition

2020 joint exhibition, Guizhou University- Chinese Culture University Professors Joint Exhibition, Chinese Culture University Daxia Hall/ Taipei/ Chinese Culture University and Guizhou University (Taiwan)
2020 joint exhibition, Shamaoshan Fine Arts Exhibition, National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall / Taipei/ Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)
2018 joint exhibition, Shamaoshan Fine Arts Exhibition, National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall / Taipei/ Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)
2016 joint exhibition, Shamaoshan Fine Arts Exhibition, National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall / Taipei/ Chinese Culture University (Taiwan)

Awards

2016  Taipei City Fine Arts Exhibition Oil Painting (Taiwan)
1987  Lionart New Talent Award (Taiwan)
1987  Taipei City Fine Arts Exhibition Oil Painting (Taiwan)
1980  Taipei City Fine Arts Exhibition Oil Painting (Taiwan)

Special experience

Experience of acting as a judge: Armed Forces Cultural Awards Oil Painting Group, Union Arts New Talent Award, Grand View Emerging Artists Award, Hsinchu Luminous Art Marketing New Talent Award, Taipei City Students Art Exhibition, and Shin Kong National Children’s Arts. Examination Committee, 2014 National Taiwan University Common Application Skills Subject Creative Presentation. Keynote speaker of current fine arts situation in Taiwan hosted by Taipei Fine Arts Museum, keynote speaker of Li Te philosophy of art hosted by Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and art critic for Zhou Chun-Ya Art hosted by My Humble House Art & Culture Space. Invited to the 66th Personal Exhibition of Changhua Artists Relay Exhibition.

Previous post: Associate Professor at common & core group in Tamkang University, Adjunct Associate professor at Department of Fine Arts in National Taiwan University of Arts, and Adjunct Professor at College of Arts in National Taiwan University of Arts. Preparatory Advise at Liu Geng-Gu Arts Foundation and exhibition curating consultation. 2021 Art Education Adviser recruited by Chinese Culture University.

Current post: Full-time Professor at Department of Fine Arts in Chinese Culture University; Adjunct Professor at General Education Center in National Taiwan University of Sport.

Important exhibition curation and art critic: Curator, guided-tour training leader, and composer of painting appreciation for 2012 Taiwan Soka Association Taiwan Artists Touring Exhibition; curator, composer of artworks collection, critic, and commentator for 2016 Liu Geng-Gu Glue Painting Exhibition hosted at National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in Taipei. Used to be the art critic for Liu Geng-Gu, Koso Sato, and Zhou Chun-Ya Arts.

Tree by the Water
2006/30F/Oil paint

                   The work takes the image of the Bible story as the title, and the title is Water for Never Exhaust. Through the brilliance, it grows endlessly, bathing in the beauty of the wind and the light. The author contrasts the colors with each other, and the brushwork adopts the strokes of rhythm and rhythm. The picture is alive, and the overall color dots and lines are intertwined and agitated to form the beauty of this work.

Loneliness

2004/100F/Oil paint

       

 This work takes the stream of Taiwan’s valleys overlooking the direction of the sea as the image, surrounded by feathers and legends of totems, as a reflection of each other, the quiet road to the sea is like the long years of life, gentle and quiet, far away The evening light of the cirrus clouds shone on one side of the sea. This is the call of the homesickness of the wandering life. The author uses the expressionist inner expression to guide the thoughts to move inward and outward repeatedly. The brushwork echoes the contrast, and the multiple strokes interweave to form a lot of collisions. This is the true innermost confinement, a kind of hidden in reality and ideal The voice of the call guides the author to continue adventuring forward.

Moonlight

2009/40F(100x80CM)/Oil paint    

This work was completed in the fall of the Tamsui studio. After the summer typhoon, the view of the valley of the Datun Mountains is viewed from the shining sky at the estuary of Tamsui and the bright moonlight outside the balcony. The power of nature is constantly changing, no matter it is The brilliance or the traces after the wind blows, etc., are always uncontrollable. The scratching marks in the foreground cause the change of the oil painting texture and the shrinkage in the distance to form a convergence effect, which is under the influence of expressionism. , I use the contrast between brushstrokes and colors to release the directionality that represents the inner strength field to a distance.

The glimmer of the blue sea

2020/30F/Oil paint

       This work is taken from the night view of the island of Matsu. Under the blue light of the moonlit night, the lines of the waves undulate and change. The scenery is beautiful and moving. The author uses multi-layered lines and colors to show the dance of moonlight, like a dancer. That lightness moved from near to far, and finally merged with the sky.

Unearthed driftwood

2004/120F/Oil paint

              This work is based on the root of a piece of wood. Because it was destroyed by a typhoon, it was unearthed from the river and sand in the deep mountains. It appears to the world as if it is alive after the rain. The separation of things, birth and death, is just a thought in the blink of an eye. In the end it all goes back and forth. This work is based on the roots of the ancient trees on the sandy ground. It uses the metaphor of borrowing and chanting to transform the relationship between things and me, and uses ideas as the axis of time to open the boundaries of existence. If the world is one, there will be no small and big. , The problem of loss and gain.

Vibrant Waters

2020/30F(91×72.5CM)Oil paint

        A sandbank and river facing the sea, green grass on both sides, the former sandy land is now the shore, the Canghai mulberry field flows and changes, and the life of nature is endless, in response to the wonderful vitality of the world. This work uses impression-style dot drawing techniques with overlapping effects to make rhythmic changes between lines and dots.

Winter river

2004/30F/Oil paint

        It is taken from the river at the sea estuary of Lukang, my hometown. When I was a child, I often went to Lukang with my father to catch fish. It was a beautiful childhood in my memory. I visited the old place many times in the past. I still feel the pleasant scenery and the disappearance of the intertidal zone. Wonderful, the almost disappearing figure of the fisherman in the distance and the smoke of the late cooking rose up, and a natural tidal singing was echoing in the ears. The author expresses this strong homesickness with immersive color, which is the echo of life, the smell of the sea and the lingering sound of wind and tide.

Greet the light

2004/100F/Oil paint

       The bamboo raft on the bank of the river is the title. The songs of the disappeared children seem to be still there. The bushes on both sides of the bank stand numerously, like waiting for friends and friends. It is more like the memories of childhood being awakened again, with vivid brilliance. Swaying and rippling, gusts of breeze blowing through the ripening of the rice in the countryside, this is a familiar but distant taste.

Raining by the river in autumn night

2021/30F/Oil paint

The breeze blows gently on the shore, and a migratory bird hangs on the bank of the reed in the autumn, waiting for the last season of the rainy night, the arrival of this southward flight. The author uses multi-layered oil painting scraping method and indirect back painting layer by layer to change the color tone. The brushwork hides the direction of the brushwork and intersects between the line and the line. The artistic forward and backward They are all thinking about the existence of philosophy, holding hope and facing the future, life is art, and art is also life.

Dark blue memory

2020/20F/Oil paint

       The breeze blows gently on the shore, and a migratory bird hangs on the bank of the reed in the autumn, waiting for the last season of the rainy night, the arrival of this southward flight. The author uses multi-layered oil painting scraping method and indirect back painting layer by layer to change the color tone. The brushwork hides the direction of the brushwork and intersects between the line and the line. The artistic forward and backward They are all thinking about the existence of philosophy, holding hope and facing the future, life is art, and art is also life.