Artworks by Liu Ruowang

High Mountain Running River by Liu Ruowang

252 x 80 x 80 cm
Stainless Steel

Living Things by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Living Things by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Living Things by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Living Things by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Living Things by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Living Things by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Dodo Bird by Liu Ruowang

90 x 70 x 90 cm
Stainless Steel

Living Things by Liu Ruowang

150 x 200 cm
Oil on Canvas

Original Sin by Liu Ruowang

110 x 45 x 37 cm
Bronze

Common People by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Garden of Eden- Pool by Liu Ruowang

200 x 300 cm
Oil on Canvas

Common People by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Garden of Eden- Tiger by Liu Ruowang

200 x 300 cm
Oil on Canvas

Original Sin by Liu Ruowang

350 x 140 x 110 cm / 106 x 40.6 x 35.6.7 cm
Bronze

Garden of Eden- Deer by Liu Ruowang

200 x 300 cm
Oil on Canvas

The East is Red by Liu Ruowang

Sculpture Bronze
180 cm (Individual Height)

Common People by Liu Ruowang

200 x 150 cm
Oil on Canvas

Garden of Eden- Panda by Liu Ruowang

150 x 300 cm
Oil on Canvas

Wolf (White) by Liu Ruowang

37 x 15 x 14 cm
Ceramics

Original Sin (small) by Liu Ruowang

34 x 14 x 11 cm
Ceramics

Wolf (Red) by Liu Ruowang

37 x 15 x 14 cm
Ceramics

Wolf (Blue) by Liu Ruowang

37 x 15 x 14 cm
Ceramics

Wolf (Black) by Liu Ruowang

37x 15 x 14 cm
Ceramics

Wolf (Yellow) by Liu Ruowang

37 x 15 x 14 cm
Ceramics

Wolves Coming by Liu Ruowang

40 x 15 x 16 cm
Bronze

Wolves Coming by Liu Ruowang

40 x 15 x 16 cm
Bronze

Wolves Coming by Liu Ruowang

variable size
Bronze

Mountains & the Sea No. 3 by Liu Ruowang

Sculpture Bronze
75 cm (Height)

Mountains & the Sea No. 1 by Liu Ruowang

Sculpture Bronze
80 cm (Height)

Liu Ruowang

刘若望

Liu Ruowang is born in 1977, Jia County, Shanxi Province, China. He graduated from Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing in 2005 and one of his renowned most series ‘Mountains & the Sea’ was selected for ‘Bright Lights of the Academy’ exhibition at the Central Academy of Fine Art and awarded an honor for outstanding achievement.

Shanxi province witnessed most of the historical events in ancient China and this influenced Liu Ruowang while growing up. In Liu’s works, their vitality seem to conceal their greatness. Liu Ruowang deserted the burden of imitating just forms, but pursued a higher level of ‘expressiveness’ on the basis of being similar in spirits. Where did we come from? Where are we going? What’s the burden on us? How should we save our souls? These questions are all in Liu’s works. As a Chinese proverb goes: ‘peaches and plums do not have to talk, yet the world beats a path to them.’ (桃李不言,树下成溪)

The souls of these ancients enter into our consciousness and gradually, viewers can’t help feeling the purity of our roots and the power of thinking when looking at such works, which is exactly the highest level of art creation. Liu Ruowang, with his fantastical composition, establishes the image of the modern group and recovers a connection between people’s history and us.

Liu Ruowang’s Selected Public Collections:

National Museum of China

Guanyintang Art Museum Beijing

Henan Art Museum

National Museum of New Zealand

Dongguk Chong Art Museum Korea

Hong Kong Time City Organization

Hong Kong food & beverage firm Hutong

Sir Michael Hill from New Zealand