Chen Peijian, International Artist of "Great Powers and Great Nations"

“大国巨匠 协和万邦”国际艺术名家——陈培坚

 
Chen Peijian, female, graduated from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou in 1977 and retired from Liuzhou Disease Control and Prevention Center in 2007. Her job title was Deputy Director Technician (Associate Professor). Influenced by his father, who was a local calligrapher and painter, he liked calligraphy and painting from an early age. He began practicing calligraphy in 2009 and studied Wang Xizhi's Preface to Orchid Pavilion, Seventeen Posts, Heart Sutra and Preface to Holy Teaching. Sun Guoting's Book of Records. Deloitte was alarmed by the forty-two chapters of the sutra and the self-narrative post. Zhong Shaojing's Spirit Flying Sutra. Ou Yangxun's lower case "Heart Sutra", etc. His works have been exhibited at municipal and provincial levels for many times. In 2012, he won the bronze award in the third China senior cultural and arts festival calligraphy and painting competition, in 2017, he won the second prize in the adult group in the second national calligraphy and arts network competition, and in 2018, he won the 2018 China dream, healthy dream, calligraphy and painting dream award ceremony held in the CCTV broadcast hall, which was the most innovative calligrapher and painter in contemporary China. The calligraphy work "heaven reward diligence" recorded on the spot at the 2019 global Huaxia star spring festival gala has been collected by the global Huaxia star spring festival gala organizing Committee, while the calligraphy work "shangshanruoshui" recorded on "singing for the motherland, celebrating the seventieth birthday-national day special program television evening" has been collected by the organizing Committee for the large-scale singing for the motherland. At present, he is a national first-class artist, a member of the calligrapher's association of the central state organs, a vice president of the calligraphy and painting research institute of the Chinese leading cadre network, an art consultant of CCTV's "avenue of stars" column group, an academician and an art consultant of the Chinese century art and calligraphy institute, a member of the Chinese hard-pen calligraphy association, a senior trainer of Chinese hard-pen calligraphy, a senior lecturer of Chinese hard-pen calligraphy, a senior registered teacher of Chinese standard writing, and a deputy secretary general of the calligraphy art research institute of the Chinese couplet association. Visiting Professor of national architecture institute of china Calligraphy and Painting Committee, Beijinger and Academician of Calligraphy and Painting Institute, Member of Guangxi Calligraphy and Painting Research Association, Member of Liuzhou Calligraphy and Painting Research Association and Member of Liuzhou Calligraphy Association. For five consecutive years, he took part in the "50 calligraphers write couplets for the citizens free of charge" organized by Liuzhou municipal government.

Chen Peijian's Calligraphy

Chen Peijian's Calligraphy

Chen Peijian's Calligraphy

Chen Peijian's Calligraphy

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