The TAO, the way of painting all things, both
positive and negative and the reality of empty space: that is the insight used
in the Chinese way of painting.
In this Plymouth University exhibition, Naomi Hunt, a graduate of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Art in Singapore, explores the long-established Chinese art form of painting using traditional Chinese subjects: birds, trees, flowers and landscapes. The pieces are composed in the traditional Chinese way, passed down over centuries, using brush strokes derived from calligraphy and painting.