烟寺晩鐘 "Kemuri tera banshō" 烟寺晩鐘 "Kemuri tera banshō"

烟寺晩鐘 "Kemuri tera banshō"

H 145cm x W 80cm x D 3cm

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"Kemuri tera banshō" is one of the traditional Chinese landscape paintings "Eight Views of Xiaoxiang (8 Shrines in Hunan Province)". The scenery is evening gong at Qingliang Temple , which is located in Hengshan County,  China.
The work is a new style of ink painting drawn by digital drawing tablet. It uses Japanese inkjet paper which had the closest texture to the actual ink painitng paper, with modern hanging shaft.

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Sai Seinan

Graphic designer, Sai Seinan, moved from China to further study graphic design at Tokyo Zokei University in their graduate program. She found her love for scenery and landscapes during her four years of studying at the Environmental Design Department for her undergraduate degree. She uses software to create a new form of ink wash painting by using a virtual brush for the black ink shading and imitating bleeding ink. She creates her art digitally on a tablet and has spent much of her time perfecting the ink effects and expressing the negative space that is characteristic of ink wash painting. She has always been interested in the ink art technique and wanted to combine it with modern communication techniques to create a new form of ink painting.

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