A Song for the Birds 鸟之曲

Jia Juan Li 贾鹃丽
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JJL_P016_C
Width
120
Height
60
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A Song for the Birds, Oil on Canvas by Jia Juan Li.

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A Song for the Birds, Oil on Canvas by Jia Juan Li.

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贾鹃丽,原籍杭州,1986年毕业于四川美术学院油画系,1991年毕业于中央美术学院研修班,1996年受法国政府邀请,在艾克斯 – 普罗旺斯美术学院 (Aix-Province) 深造,1998年至今旅居巴黎从事艺术创作。

从艺以来,其作品多次在中国、日本、香港、美国、法国、比利时、瑞士、英国等国美术馆和画廊举办个展和群展,多幅作品获得国内外重要奖项并被收藏。代表作《无言歌》获得中国首届油画年展铜奖(1991);《春天的花园》荣获蒙特卡洛国际当代艺术绘画奖(2004);《宫内系列》先后获得国家艺术沙龙绘画铜奖(2008)、大卫尼葉奖一等奖(2009),卢浮宫国际美术展绘画金奖(2012)。

Jia Juanli, originally from Hangzhou, graduated from the Oil Painting Department of Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts in 1986, graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1991, was invited by the French government in 1996 to further study at the Aix-Provence Academy of Fine Arts (Aix-Province), and has lived in Paris since 1998 to engage in artistic creation. Since then, she held her solo exhibitions and group exhibitions in art galleries and galleries in China, Japan, Hong Kong, the United States, France, Belgium, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and other countries, and many works have won important awards at home and abroad. The representative work “Song Without Words” won the Bronze Award (1991) at China’s first annual oil painting exhibition, “Spring Garden” won the Monte Carlo International Contemporary Art Painting Award (2004), and “The Intra-Miyagi Series” won the National Art Salon Painting Bronze Award (2008), the First Prize of the David Neiyi Award (2009), and the Gold Award for Painting at the Louvre International Art Exhibition (2012).

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