University of Missouri - Ran In-Ting's Watercolors: East and West Mix in Images of Rural Taiwan Exhibit

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  • (1888PressRelease) July 06, 2011 - University of Missouri is hosting an event that features the arts of painter Ran In-Ting, one of Taiwan's well known artists. The event started on May 28, 2011 and runs until August 14, 2011. Students and art enthusiasts can view Ran In-Ting's arts from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Museum of Art and Archaeology, College of Arts and Science, University of Missouri.

    This event will showcase Ran in Ting's unique artworks, developed with the emphasis on the changes in fluidity of watercolor and ink. Ran in Ting has mastered both dry and wet brush techniques and succeeded at skillfully manipulating the watery medium. The artist has also complemented his artworks with an extensive ways of brushstrokes along with the use of daring colors. Ran In Ting created watercolor art almost into the same richness found in oil painting.

    One of the artworks that will be featured in the exhibit is the Dragon Dance, 1956, Gift of Howard Rusk Long and Margaret Carney Long in memory of the Boon County Long Family, 81.6.The paintings that are in the exhibit are made up of images of history with a mixture of eastern and western influence. These ink and watercolor paintings represent Taiwan's olden times, culture and the vivacity of the suburban lifestyle.

    For information:
    Contact: Bruce Cox @ coxb ( @ ) missouri dot edu
    Phone: 882-3591

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