Paragon Fine Art gallery
Paragon Fine Art gallery

HEI FENG

"Art is, first and foremost, a spiritual experience, both for the artist and his audience. When it reaches its summit in its maturity, it is no longer Eastern or Western. The best term for it is spiritual aestheticism. It is about technique. It is about style. But above all, it is about spirituality and vision." -- Hei Feng

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ORIGINAL PAINTINGS (Acrylic on Canvas)               (back to top)

Hei Feng - Waterfall

 

COMPOSER II

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - HC-312

 

HC-312

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - HK-457

 

HK-457

Oil on Canvas

70 x 60

Hei Feng - HC-234

 

HC-234

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - HC-236

 

HC-236

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - HC-237

 

HC-237

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - HC-238

 

HC-238

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - HC-256

 

HC-256

Oil on Canvas

40 x 30

Hei Feng - HC-325

 

HC-325

Oil on Canvas

40 x 50

Hei Feng - Untitled I

 

Untitled I

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - HK-458

 

HK-456

Oil on Canvas

40 x 60

Hei Feng - Untitled II

 

Untitled II

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - Untitled III

 

Untitled III

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40


PRINTS

Hei Feng - Composer

COMPOSER

Giclee on Canvas

30 x 40

IMAGINATION

Giclee on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - Imagination
Hei Feng - Passion

PASSION

Giclee on Canvas

30 x 40

MUSICAL TOUCH

Giclee on Canvas

40 x 30

Hei Feng - Musical Touch
Hei Feng - Musical Sky

MUSICAL SKY

Giclee on Canvas

30 x 40

THE CHASE

Giclee on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - Chase
Hei Feng - Sunflower

SUNFLOWER

Giclee on Canvas

40 x 30

SWAN

Giclee on Canvas

30 x 40

Hei Feng - Swan


HEI FENG - BIO               (back to top)

Hei Feng started painting when he was merely 5 years old, as a student of the Classical Chinese Style. He soon began to infuse his own signature into his works. The artistic community first took note in 1985 during an exhibit in Beijing. The "Black Wind (Hei Feng) Style", with its successful fusion of Eastern and Western ideas, caused quite a stir. The exhibit became the debut of the first enfant terrible in China.

After a successful beginning of a promising career in China, Hei Feng took part in the pro-democracy movement in 1989. After being wounded by a bullet in Tiananmen square, and eluding the police and the military, Hei Feng found freedom in America by way of Hong Kong.

"Art is, first and foremost, a spiritual experience, both for the artist and his audience. When it reaches its summit in its maturity, it is no longer Eastern or Western. The best term for it is spiritual aestheticism. It is about technique. It is about style. But above all, it is about spirituality and vision."


 

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