Chinese Art at the Pacific Art League

Posted by Yelena Shabrova

There is a wonderful exhibition in the Main Gallery of the Pacific Art League this month – Hau Pei-Jen: Fifty Year Retrospective. Mr. Hau is an instructor at PAL and a well-known innovator in the “splash ink and color” tradition in Chinese painting. His art combines traditional Chinese painting and modern Western techniques, it’s almost abstract sometimes and very captivating.

Hau Pei-Jen Rhythm of the Mountain  ink and watercolor on paper, 18" x 21"

Hau Pei-Jen Rhythm of the Mountain ink and watercolor on paper, 18″ x 21″

Paul Pei-Jen Hau is the founder of the American Society for the Advancement of Chinese Arts that is having a diverse group show in the Norton Gallery upstairs.

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