Artworks by Liu Hong

Lip Language by Liu Hong

180 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Lip Language by Liu Hong

180 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Lip Language- Coca-cola Girl by Liu Hong

180 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Lip Language- Lipstick by Liu Hong

180 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Lip Language no. 18 by Liu Hong

180 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Lip Language- Red Peony by Liu Hong

Oil on Canvas
180 x 150 cm

Fish in Amnesia no. 38 by Liu Hong

Oil on Canvas
150 x 135 cm

Lip Language- Memory by Liu Hong

Oil on Canvas
110 x 100 cm

Lip Language- Blue Peony by Liu Hong

Oil on Canvas
180 x 150 cm

Lip Language- Temptation by Liu Hong

Oil on Canvas
150 x 180 cm

Liu Hong

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Liu Hong was born in Shan’Xi’s Feng Xiang, on May 1, 1956. In 1982, she graduated from Si Chun Art College with a major in Canvas from the Painting Department. She received her master’s degree in 1986 in the same major and college. Since then, she has taught at Si Chun Art College til today. She is now a professor dean at the Cheng du Fine Arts Academy.

Since 1980, her paintings have been shown in many large exhibitions, such as “National Eight University Sketch Exhibition”, “National Youth Art Show”, “Si Chun Province Art Show”, “The 6th National Art Exhibition”, “Modern Art Exhibition of Western Art Team”, “Chinese First Elaborate Canvas Exhibition”, “Chinese Canvas Exhibition”, “Modern Famous Painting Exhibition”, “First Guang Zhou Canvas two-year Exhibition”, “Chinese Modern Art For The Way of Middle-Level Women”, “First Chinese Canvas Academic Exhibition”, etc. Her works have also been shown in the 1987 “Chinese Art Festival” in Canada and the 1988 “Chinese Canvas Excellent Work Show” held in Guang Dao, Japan. She has been to Germany to conduct research and participate in exchanges. She participated in the 1994 Beijing “Current Art Show”, the 1995 “Chinese Current Art for the Way Of Women” (Beijing), the 1996 “First Chinese Canvas Academic Exhibition” (Beijing), the “Chinese Modern Women Art Show—Between Society and Self” (Chicago, USA), and the “Chinese Modern Women Art Show” (Ausbao, Germany). She won a prize for “Culture and Art of Chinese Women” in the “World Women’s Art Show” (Beijing). She also participated in the “Shanghai Art Museum Collection Exhibition” (Shang Hai) and “Cheng Du Modern Art Museum For Autumn Academic Invitation Exhibition” (Cheng Du) in 2000, “The Second Art Invitation Exhibition” (Cheng Du) and the “Up, Down, Left, Right Art Invitation Exhibition” (Cheng Du) in 2001, as well as the “See again the 77, 78 Art Works Invitation Exhibition” (Chong Qing Si Chuang Art University) in 2002.