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Published Wednesday, July 18, 18 | By adminWeb

contributed by Ronna Fleischman

China is the only country in the world whose literature has been written in a single language for over 3,000 consecutive years. Early writings typically stemmed from religion, history and philosophy, however, China also produced poetry, novels, and dramatic writings from an early date.  Throughout history, literature in China has aimed to broaden perspectives and address social and political concerns. It served to create order in the world, explore man’s existence, his relationship with nature, and his moral conduct. Read More 

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Published Wednesday, July 18, 18 | By adminWeb

contributed by Ronna Fleischman

Digital art uses technology to combine and transform traditional artistic elements such as painting, film-making, photography, design, sculpture, animation, and sound. It was pioneered in the 1970’s but only came into its own as a viable art form as computers, software and digital video equipment began to saturate the mainstream public and increase in sophistication toward the end of the 20th century. Due to the global nature of the medium and artist-initiated, internet-based vehicles of exhibition, digital art both transcends and shatters traditional cultural and geographical boundaries. Read More 

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Published Wednesday, July 18, 18 | By adminWeb

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Published Wednesday, July 18, 18 | By adminWeb

Contributed by Ronna Fleischman

Chinese painting is one of the oldest artistic traditions in the world.  Customarily, it is done with a brush dipped in ink much the same techniques as is used in calligraphy. Paintings are usually created on paper or silk and mounted on scrolls. The aim of the traditional Chinese painter is to capture not only the outer appearance of a subject but its inner essence as well—its energy and spirit.

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Published Wednesday, July 18, 18 | By adminWeb

Contributed by Ronna Fleischman Although China’s history of sculpture dates back over 6000 years, its ascension to a fine art form was slow to occur.  Until recent centuries, large sculptures were too expensive for private individuals to create.  Sculpture was most commonly an expression of religion and used to adorn temples and mausoleums. However, Chinese artists created smaller, delicate figures and animals using a number of raw materials from sand and wood, to jade and bronze. Many of these antiquities have become precious treasures of Chinese art. Read More 

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