Amelie Gallery

Abstract Flowers
200x360cm,
Mixed Media
 
Cranes Shadow over Winter Pool
200x600cm,
Mixed Media


 
Gray in Danger
200x500cm,
Mixed Media

From Top Left
200x200cm,
Mixed Media


Cranes above the Palace
200x200cm,
Mixed Media

Bamboo & Rock
90x360cm,
Mixed Media

1/3 Black
200x220cm,
Mixed Media

2007

From Gray to Gray
200x200cm,
Mixed Media



Silver Triangle
200x250cm,
Mixed Media

Rock Composition
200x250cm,
Mixed Media


Folded Gray
180x180cm,
Mixed Media

1/4 Blank
180x180
cm,
Mixed Media,
2007

Wrapped Silver
90x270cm,
Mixed Media,

2009

 
Nine Birds on the Branch
90x360
cm,
Mixed Media,
2007

2009-I-46
90x90cm,
Mixed Media

2009-I-35
90cm,
Mixed Media

2009-I-15
90 cm,
Mixed Media
     


Li Sa (1975~)
Independent artist.
2005 MA, Chinese Painting Dept., Central Academy of Fine Arts.

In Li Sa's works, ink wash lotus flowers are tattered and tangled together like Chinese characters in an indecipherable enigma. His composition and sense of space is filled with the spirit of literati painting, imbued with a sense of harmony. The Chinese medicine, enamel, gold flecking and the intentionally left-behind traces of the original sketch imbue his paintings with the texture of perceptivity and dilute the cold air of abstraction.

Solo Exhibitions:
2009 Scholar and Blank, Beijing;
2008 Discord in Space, Beijing;
2007 Li Sa Art, Chongqing Art Museum;

Group Exhibitions
2010
The Fourth Beijing International Art Biennale, the National Art Museum of China;
2009
Water and Ink, Chinese Contemporary New Artists Exhibition, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre;
Oriental Meditations, Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition, Germany;
2008
Beyond the Surface, Chinese Abstract Painting Exhibition, Art Museum of Macau;
Future Sky, Chinese Contemporary Young Artists Exhibition, Today Art Museum, Beijing;
2006
The Untitled Exhibition of "maimao", Paris and Florence;
China-Germany Contemporary Exhibition, Art Museum of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing;
2005
The 2nd Chengdu Biennale;
2004
The 10th National Art Exhibition;

Public Collection: Zhejiang Museum, Chongqing Museum, Museum of Macau, Guan Shanyue Museum etc.