Eric C Chiang 江俊雄 EricChiangArt.com
Symphony of Constellations, 2004
Acrylic on Canvas
60 X 48 inches
Description: The stars you are looking at from earth are actually musical instruments and the constellations are actually symphonies played by these stars
60英吋 X 48英吋
Songs of Rio de Janeiro里約熱內盧之歌 2009
Acrylic on Canvas
The Statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil is transformed into a flying cello in a spiritual dimension. Every building, every boat, and everyone down below is busy connecting, singing, and exchanging songs of life. Is someone also singing songs of spiritual life? 里約熱內盧山上的基督神像化身為一把飛翔在另一維空間的琴, 他俯瞰著地上忙著連結與歌唱生命的人們看看有誰也能同時唱起靈性的合唱。
Music of the Journey: Duet for Two Cellos, 2014
Oil on Canvas, 36" X 96"
We sing and dance this vast, complex, cold, arm, dark, bright and nevertheless magnificent life!
生命之歌: 二重奏, 2014
油彩, 畫布 36英吋 X 96英吋
我們唱著跳著這廣濶, 複雜, 寒冷, 溫暖, 陰暗, 光亮, 但極其令人嘆爲觀止的生命
Eric C Chiang
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Eric grew up in Taiwan. He studied classical music composition and visual art aspired to become an artist.
Chiang’s artwork have been exhibited in Westport Arts Center, Beechwood Arts, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Queens Museum in New York, and many venues. He continues to passionately create arts that manifest his quests into the meaning and significance of existence and his empathy of panhuman desperation, love, connections, and hope. As Alexandra Munroe, Ph.D., Senior Curator of Asian Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York "... I was drawn to one dock scene where colorful rowboats transformed into floating violins. And why not? We placed this painting on the center of the back wall...". and Robin Jaffee Frank, Ph.D., the Alice and All an Kaplan Senior Associate Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture at the Yale University Art Gallery as"... I am very impressed by his work... Eric Chiang explores esthetic and spiritual connections across linked enigmatic paintings that evoke a narrative..."
2015 Current: Group Exhibition, "Pairing," Beechwood Arts, Feb-May, 2015
2015 Solo Exhibition, Weston Library, Weston, CT, Jan & Feb, 2015
2015 TAAC recognition, Queens Museum, New York, July- August, 2015
2013 Beechwood Arts: "Ying Yang", Westport, CT, Fall 2013
2012 National Art Exhibition 2012, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan
2011 SOLOs 2011, Westport Arts Center, Westport, CT, May-June 2011
Juror: Robin Jaffee Frank, Ph.D., the Alice and Allan Kaplan Senior Associate Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture at the Yale University Art Gallery.
2010 Group Juried Exhibition, Westport Arts Center, "Summer," Westport, CT, August-September, 2010Juror:
Create artworks that (1) manifest my quest into the meaning and significance of our existence against this infinite space-time, and (2) express my profound empathy of panhuman desperation, love, connections, and hope.
On whatever theme I choose to explore, I look to create a body of work that exposes multiple perspectives and dimensions of that theme, using the approach most suitable for expressing my thoughts. This could mean anything in the spectrum -- from photorealism, total abstraction, minimalism, to conceptualism, or any combination of the above.