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 Zhang He  (1963 - )

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Lived/Active: Quebec / Canada/China      Known for: expressionist painting-abstract imagery

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Biography from Odon Wagner Contemporary:
Born in Sheng Yang China in 1963, Zhang He was educated in China at the Beijing Institute of Communication with studies in photography and art direction.  His interest in the arts and design resulted in further study at Liaoning University, located in north-eastern China, for stage design, and subsequently at the Art Institute, also in Liaoning where he focused on oil painting.  He moved to Canada in 1998 with his wife.

Qi in Chinese philosophy is defined as the ethereal life force from which everything is composed.  Zhang He's expressionistic and multi-hued paintings are intended to harness the power of Qi, concentrating his explosive energy onto canvases filled with abstract imagery that takes at its starting point the floral still-life.  Though each of Zhang He's paintings are decidedly abstract, in some pieces you can find traces of the floral arrangements.

His painting encourages a way of seeing that places more importance on the freedom of expression through emotional experience than on seeing the physical world represented on a canvas.  His art marries the Chinese painting skill in which he was trained with the Western tradition of abstract painting, while speaking to the fundamental differences between the two.

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