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Title: Shirley's Art Works 961 & Chinese Mogu 050-A288 - Shirley's 341st Assignment at Chinese National Academy of Arts- Feb 17-18, 2015
Artist: Shirley Zhang
Size: 27.00cm x 27.00 cm ( 13.38inches x 13.38 inches) Chinese Ink, Colour,Tea on the Silk
Completed Time: Feb 18, 2015
Remarks:
This is my 50th Chinese Mogu Painting and my 960th painting since 2003.

Also, it is my 361st assignment in Chinese National Academy of Arts and the 5th painting I painted in my winter vacation at my home in Shenzhen.

Because I used a lot of water on a Chinese Mogu painting, so, I often needed to wait for the colors dry and then to do the next job.

During I painted this painting, I went out of the door to have a jogging, but when I came back, it did not dry, then I went to read my English book. After I finished my job, it was still dry. :-)

So, until now, when I am writing to you on my web site, it is still now dry totally, so you can see some wrinkle on it... :-)

Anyway, this is just the original shape before it is decorated.

To mix much water in the color and let the color water to dry naturally and to " draw " some colored lines by the water naturally is one of the character of a Chinese Mogu painting.


How do you think of this painting, do you enjoy it?

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, welcome to write to shirley@ebridge.cnand you can also publish your opinions on Message Board . :-)

--Shirley Zhang
Feb 19, 2015