About WangMingKe








Ming Ke, Wang was born 1943 in Weifang city, Shandong province, China. A highly acclaimed Chinese painter, industrial artist and advertising specialists and proclaimed second generation disciple of Zhang Da Qian. Graduated from Central Institute of Art (currently known as Art College of Qing Hua University), Wang was taught and tutored by many well-known painters. His teachers included Gong Bi* master painters and art professors Mr. Yu Zhi Zhen, Liu Li Shang and Tian Shi Guang(They were earlier students of Mr. Zhang Da Qian). Wang specialized in Gongbi art for birds and flowers, portraits and landscape painting, and at later stage he also specialized in Xie Yi* art of ink and wash paintings.

Wang painted for more than forty years and traveled more than thirty different countries and seized different floral characteristics and natural conditions as raw materials for his work. He also specialized in Chinese ink and wash paintings for American Squirrels, which possessed a unique style of creativity, well received by many enthusiasts and widely recognized as the master of Chinese squirrel paintings. His creative ink and wash floral paintings applied Chinese and western art theories, techniques, tools and colors. This creates modern and original floral and bird paintings which mixed painting and calligraphy, colors and ink with brilliant tones. These paintings are well received by many enthusiasts world wide. The paintings were also highly acclaimed by many well known artists in the industry.

Wang had exhibitions, displays and collections for hundreds of his paintings in China, America, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Ukraine, Thailand and Hong Kong. During 1995, he staged the art exhibition in the China National Art Museum. During 1996, there was a round trip exhibition tour staged in five major USA cities. During 1998, he presented exhibitions in China and overseas. His art is also covered by over thirty domestic and international media organizations, which include CCTV (China Central Television station), CCP radio (China Central People' s radio station), People' s Daily and its overseas section, Beijing Television station, Beijing People' s radio station. There were also publications which include " Wang Ming Ke art collection " , " Collection of Wang Ming Ke art exhibitions " , " Calendars of Wang Ming Ke art collections " and many others. Films include " Wang Ming Ke – the artist " Radio exclusive interviews, CD-Rom collections and more.

Wang' s art synopsis was included in many collections, these include: Chronology of world famous Chinese artists; Modern Chinese painting artist collection; Modern Chinese Calligraphy and paintings; Directory of contemporary Chinese rtists, Modern Chinese art; Chinese art paintings collection, CD collection of contemporary Chinese art and many more.

In April 1994, the work " Hawaiian floral collection " was awarded gold medal in the second global Chinese artist award. Wang also received the title as " Famous Chinese artist". In 1997, " Treasured nature " won China foreign trade cultural festival special award. In 1998, " Eulogy of tranquility " won first prize during the art exhibition for 100th year of birth for China' s Ex-premier Zhou En Lai.

Wang is currently the Vice-President for research committee of Chinese paintings; Vice-President of Zhang Da Qian Art research committee; Member of the Chinese fine Artists association - Beijing committee; Director of Research fellow for China international friendship association; Member of the IAA international advertising association; Member of Academic Committee of China Advertisement Association.

He was previously appointed as Vice-president of Council on advertisement for China economics and foreign trade; managing director of International advertising company under Sinochem (China Chemicals Import and Export Corporation) group; member of credentials evaluation committee for senior position attainment of national industrial artist association; Professional consultant for advertising studies at the Beijing University.

1. Gong Bi – a concrete and meticulous method for traditional Chinese realistic painting, characterized by fine brushwork and close attention to details in shape, structure and color.

2. Xie Yi – an abstract way for traditional Chinese painting, characterized by vivid expression on spiritual feelings. The painting method has a bold outline and uses free-hand brushwork.

---Beijing Chinese Paintings Research Committee

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