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丹青个人画展的主题是“East meets West in the enigmatic work of Chinese painter Danqing Coldwell”，她的名字中文刚好也就是红蓝色组合。Danqing Coldwell ,原名丹青，出生于北京的一个艺术世家，1984年毕业于北京工艺美术学校，1985年任职于工艺美术职工大学美术系，从事设计和教学工作。后考入北京首都师范大学美术学院。1990年毕业后，于日本东京留学，1996年毕业于东京艺术大学美术学部，并获得硕士学位。在日本期间，曾多次举办个人及其他画展，部分作品被收藏。于1998年移民美国。1999-2000年设计并制作艺术首饰，被刊登在美国首饰书刊，并在美术馆展览。丹青现为职业画家，并在德州大学圣安东尼奥孔子学院等从事美术教学工作。举办过数次个人展览，其代表作为《乐园》、《歌》、《华》等。
Joan Grona画廊地址： 112 Blue Star, San Antonio, TX 78204，电话：210-225-6334。
Joan Grona画廊开放时间: 周二中午12点 - 下午5点，周三、四、五11点 - 5点，周六11点 - 6点
September 13, 2010 - article in San Antonio Express News, San Antonio, Texas
September 2010 - solo show at Joan Grona Gallery, San Antonio, Texas
January 2008 - solo show at Joan Grona Gallery, San Antonio, Texas
Spring 2007 - solo show at Radius in San Antonio, Texas
1999-2005 - paintings and jewelry in Tulsa, Oklahoma galleries
1999 - article/biography in February 2000 issue of Jewelry Crafts Magazine
1998 - moved to USA
1997 - employed by design company in Tokyo, Japan
1996 - graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
1995 - showed in the Asian Contemporary Art Exhibition and other group shows
1994 - Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Master degree program
1993 - Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music research student
1992 - China Design and Art Association member
1991 - travelled to Tokyo, Japan for study
1987 - produced a large-scale mural titled "Tien'tan" for the Dashin train station lobby outside of Beijing
1985-1991 - various design jobs in Beijing
1990 - graduated from the Art Department of Capitol Normal University in Beijing
1986 - won first prize at Beijing Window Design Competition and appeared in the Beijing Women's Newspaper
1985 - Beijing Art and Design College Design Instructor
1984 - graduated from Beijing Design College
Coldwell (her first name is pronounced danching), who is showing new paintings at Joan Grona Gallery, is rooted as an artist in Chinese watercolor tradition.
“In China,” she says, “you learn traditional Chinese art and sketching.”
And yet her freeflowing paintings show elements of major European art movements such as impressionism, cubism, even surrealism.
The Russian/French modernist Marc Chagall, a master synthesist himself, comes to mind when viewing Coldwell’s muted figurative settings, the latest of which focus on a serene, dark-haired woman (the artist?) staring off-frame. Frequently, her cat is nearby for companionship and security, while women fly through the sky against architectural backgrounds that recall Italy or perhaps Mexico.
Flying women are a recurrent theme in the self-revealing, multilayered work; perhaps they are symbolic of the artist’s long journey, both geographically and artistically. Perhaps Coldwell also believes that angels have watched over her.
Or perhaps, as she says simply, “I like movement in my paintings, even the still lifes.”
The daughter of artists — her mother a painting professor at the university level and her father a singer in a Beijing opera company — Coldwell recalls being introduced to the arts, both visual and performing, at an early age. Her name, she says, literally means the colors red ( dan) and blue ( qing) in her native Chinese.
“My love for painting must have started with my Chinese name,” she says.
“In China’s thousands of years of civilization, danqing has long been used to mean traditional Chinese painting.”
In 1991, Coldwell moved to Japan. While studying art history, sculpture and traditional Japanese painting at Tokyo National University in Japan in the early ’90s, she fell in love with fellow student Robert Coldwell, a graphic designer. The couple married and moved to the United States in 1998.
When she couldn’t find the type of rice paper suited for her watercolor technique in San Antonio, Coldwell turned to acrylics and oils on canvas — as well as jewelry design.
“I have found that I can bring out a different aspect of my work by using the rich colors of oils in producing my contemporary versions of classical Chinese subject matter,” she says. “All of it has influenced my art. You have to develop and keep your own style.”
Danquing Coldwell’s paintings are on exhibit at Joan Grona Gallery, 112 Blue Star, 210-225-6334.
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