Morris LinTaiwanese contemporary Chinese brushing painting artistDean of Pu-Yun Creative Brushing Painting AcademyPresident of Linjia National Artist Association (LNAA)One of the three well-known modern classic artists “Zhang, Tong and Ying”
Morris Lin, a Taiwanese brush painter, developed a strong interest in Chinese brush painting since childhood. He built more passion to combine the layout of brush painting and calligraphy aesthetics. In his paintings, shading of the “clouds” are the spirit to bring up the rthyme of the works. Morris inherited the skill from international brushing master Mr. Ge Xianneng’s “Taiwan Ge Style” and international calligraphy master, Liang-dun Zhou.His landscape paintings are laid out in wuxing (Chinese philosophy, also called five phases), accompanied by the entry of mountains and rivers. The freehand brushwork is “an instant to create eternity.” Adhering to the spirit of Bai-Shi Qi, the ancestor of Chinese brush painting, the beauty lies in “between likeness and dislikeness”, forming a style of freehand brushwork. The near mountains and distant mountains sometimes break ink, splash ink, and combine and merge their creations. In contrast to most landscape artists in the past, the ink was light and then thick. The technique is completely different. Although it is concrete, it is close to the abstract landscape, with thick ink first. Adhering to the rhyme of nature, freedom, and freedom, combining and integrating Western truth, goodness and beauty as well as Chinese Zen, the layout of Yin and Yang, the five phases, and the positive energy structure introduces energy, aerodynamics, and aura.