Han Yuying, a well-known painter of flowers and birds from Luoyang China, has studied peony painting and fine-grained grapes for many years. The style of the work is proficient, atmospheric, quite flavorful, and has strong visual impact. In his peony works, distance, overlap, occlusion, and density are often used to make the combination of objects produce rhythm and layers. The freehand artistic view makes the composition of the heaven and earth to be used according to their intentions, breaks through the constraints of the natural attributes of objects, and achieves the freedom in artistic creation. In her landscape works, the streams and rivers are twists and turns, and the peaks overlap, giving people a sense of endless rivers and mountains. This thanks to the artist's experience in observing nature, understanding nature, and creating nature. Awards: The work "Flower Blossoms" was nominated for the Xingyinshe First International Art Festival Chinese Painting Excellence Award. The work "Bright Crowns" was selected as a special exhibition at the 16th International Congress of Shaping Art. The work "Spring Day" was selected into the Henan Sports Art Exhibition and won the Excellent Award. The work "Rich and Splendid" won the excellent award of the first National Freehand Painting Exhibition; the work "Hua Kui" entered the first Freehand Painting Exhibition and was nominated by the author. The work "Spring Mountain Waterfall" was selected into the 6th New Leading Chinese Painting Exhibition in Luoyang.
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