Friday, 19 August 2016

Annual Exhibition of Chinese Artists Association of Canada 加拿大中華文化藝術總會秋季聯展








































You are cordially invited to the opening reception of the
Annual Exhibition of Chinese Artists Association of Canada

Opening Reception: Saturday September 10th, 2016 2:00pm
Exhibition dates: September 10th -18th 12pm-6pm
Closed on Monday. Admission by donation
Chinese Cultural Centre Museum
555 Columbia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 4H5
Inquiries: (604)658-8880, www.cccvan.com, www.ccaac1984.com



【加拿大中華文化藝術總會秋季聯展】

𧫴訂於二零一六年九月十日( 星期六 )下午二時至四時假座大溫哥華中華文化中心文物館舉行書畫展開幕儀式,敬備茶點。
恭請
光臨指教

加拿大中華文化藝術總會敬請
網站:www.ccaac1984.com

開幕:二零一六年九月十日,星期六下午二時
展期:二零一六年九月十日至九月十八日
時間:周二至周日下午十二時至下午六時開放
周一休息。免費參觀,隨緣樂助。
大溫哥華中華文化中心文物館張安德展廳
溫哥華哥倫比亞街 555號
查詢:604 658-8880, www.cccvan.comwww.ccaac1984.com

Image credit: Painting by John Chen (張恆)


Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Paintings by Robert Su Quan Ku and Tak Cheung Leung 彩墨雙攜――顧小坤、梁德祥藝術展






Opening Reception: Saturday September 24th, 2016 2:00pm
Exhibition dates: September 24th – October 5th, 2016
Tuesday – Sunday 10am-5pm. Closed on Monday. 
Admission by donation.
Chinese Cultural Centre Museum, 555 Columbia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Y 4E6
Inquiries: (604) 658-8880, www.cccvan.com



Vous êtes cordialement invités à la reception d’ouverture de Peintures par Robert Su Quan Ku et Tak Cheung Leung
Réception d'ouverture : samedi 24 Septembre , 2016 14:00
Dates d'exposition: Le 24 septembre - 5 octobre, 2016
Temps: Mardi au dimanche - 10 heures jusqu’à 17:00. Fermé les lundi.
Admission par donation.
Lieu: Chinese Cultural Centre Museum, 555 rue Columbia, Vancouver, C-B, V6A 4H5
Enquêtes: (604) 658-8880, www.cccvan.com


開幕禮: 2016924日(星期六)下午二時
展覽日期:2016924日至105
周二至周日上午10時至下午5時開放。周一休息。免費參觀。隨緣樂助。
地址: 大溫哥華中華文化中心文物館,溫哥華哥倫比亞街555
查詢: (604) 658-8880, www.cccvan.com


顧小坤簡介
顧小坤1929年出生於上 海, 受父親顧坤伯 (山水畫家、教育家) 的影響, 約十歲開始學畫,一直到1949年離開上海到香港學做紡織業, 1966年改做玩具至1990年退休。因為在香港辦工業很忙,所以沒有時間作畫。如今在加國退休後有時間可以繼續作畫,常看畫展及遊覽真山真水,使他的畫有所改變。今展出以求指正。
1988年受聘上海中國畫院名譽畫師
1990年受聘浙江美院特邀畫師

Robert Ku was born in Shanghai in 1929. He started painting when he was ten years old and was influenced by his father Ku Kwanpak (landscape painter, educator).  In 1949 Mr. Ku left Shanghai for Hong Kong to work in the textile industry and later in the toy industry from 1966 to 1990. During his career as a businessman, he was too busy to practice Chinese painting. His career as an artist did not quite start until his retirement. After moving to Canada, he travels, paints, and exhibits his art. This leisurely lifestyle of traveling, along with his study of Chinese Art, changed the expressions found in his paintings. This exhibition is to invite viewers' comments and discussions.
1988    Honourary Instructor, Shanghai Institute of Chinese Painting, Shanghai, China
1990    Special Instructor, China Academy of Art, Zhejiang, Chinatown



梁德祥簡介
梁德祥出生於中國,少年移居澳門和香港兩地。之後入讀於香港美專,與周公理老師習畫。曾任教香港嶺海藝專,和香港大一藝術設計學院。群展有香港,澳門,和國際各地。個展有香港,澳門,加拿大等。作品被香港藝術館,北京中國美術館,機構,和私人珍藏。作品得到藝術界人士贊賞與肯定。作品獲加拿大藝術家協會、 溫哥華華人藝術家協會獎項。


Tak Cheung Leung was born in China. He moved to Macao and then Hong Kong at early age. He studied painting with Chou Kuk Lei at the Academy of Fine Arts of Hong Kong. He also taught at Hong Kong Lenghoi Art College and Hong Kong First Institute of Art & Design. He participated in multiple group exhibitions in Hong Kong, Macao, and around the world. He had his solo exhibitions in Hong Kong, Macao, Canada, etc. His work is in the collections of the Hong Kong Museum of Art, National Art Gallery of China, and other private and public organizations. His work has been appreciated by a lot of people, and he won a number of awards in Asia, Canada and around the world.










Big Print Chinatown - Exhibition

BIG PRINT EXHIBIT
Reception & Auction: Aug 19, 2016 6-10 pm
Exhibit: Aug 19, 20 & 21, 2016 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Chinese Cultural Centre Museum
555 Columbia St, Vancouver BC

(604) 658-8880






BIG PRINT PROJECT is a collaboration between the Society for Contemporary Works on Paper (SCWOP) and Creative Cultural Collaborations Society (C3), in conjunction with the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver. A team of Chinese Canadian and First Nations artists will celebrate the art of large‐scale woodcut printing using a steamroller as a press.  The artists will carve the blocks, and the suite of unique 4’ X 8’ woodprints on cloth and on paper will be displayed at the Chinese Cultural Centre Museum.

For more information, please visit Creative Cultural Collaborations' website.

604-251-1622 e: c3society@gmail.com