Female painter’s exhibition hails natural beauty

The works of Beijing-based ink-wash painter Zhou Ping show on one side elegance and feminine sensitivity and on the other, a philosophical thinking on life.

Her body of works includes floral themes with a vibrant palette. She also creates monochromatic paintings to discuss interpersonal relations, such as her painting titled Hide and See, which features an ink tree trunk with several eye-like patterns.

Her solo exhibition Live as Summer Flowers shows more than 60 paintings at the gallery of Li Keran Art Foundation in Beijing through Oct 31. The title is borrowed from Rabindranath Tagore’s verse — “let life be beautiful like summer flowers” — to show nature as Zhou’s major source of inspiration, which further leads her to reflect on life and art.

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