A special calligraphy and painting charity event (an auction) held at the Zhuhai Shengyuan Art Museum on Lovers Road in Zhuhai, China.
Xiang Li spent over 2 years Reproducing the “Spring Outing” at the Forbidden City in Beijing (Xiang Li’s reproduction)
If you are interested in ancient art restoration but you are look for first-hand experience, this post is for you. As a traditional Chinese artist, Xiang Li has been helping…
So how do you succeed as an artist? How do you market your work so it can be seen? Li has been asked this question a lot and this is our attempt in answering this question.
One of the frequently requested commissions from Li is “Guanyin”, which means Buddha in Chinese.
Between the summer of 2013 and 2014, Li received a new project to complete over 200 paintings (large and small) for a large office in Shenzhen, China.
One of the most frequently asked questions Li has received is how she became a highly regarded Ancient Chinese Art Reproduction, a highly specialized skill that requires years of intensive training.