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Heroine Series

2022 Art Capital Paris at Grand Palais - Champ de Mars started on 15th February. There was a long queue outside the venue that day, and about 9,000 people visited.

The works in this exhibition show the possibility of women in the new era by reinventing heroic characters. With the heroic attitude of women, it overturned the secular view of women and the imagination of heroes, and also combined beautiful craftsmanship, specially designed totems and asked the masters who specialise in embroidering palace flowers and birds to embroider by hand.

With the heroic attitude of women, it overturns the secular view of women and the imagination of heroes. It shows both modern and traditional elements, and have attracted the attention of art collectors from all over the world!


Mineral Painting Series

Chi-Chun’s artworks combine the techniques of colored painting found in Dunhuang Murals and Thangka paintings from Tibet. All pigment is made from animal gelatin by her studio; Chi-Chun also uses Austrian brand Swarovski as the vendor of the crystals in her paintings, and uses Japanese pure gold foil. These organic elements, combining both modesty and luxury into each art piece, presents concepts of family, happiness, richness, and wealth. 

The themes of Chi-Chun’s artistic creations are the feminine elements of emotionality, music, love, and poetry. To express these concepts, she imagines her paintings as lovers, and her clients as friends. Her paintings and their eventual owners play out a sort of romantic story, filled with passion, appreciation, and love.  



Calligraphy  Series

The concept of writing is expressed through traditional oriental romance. 

What is the significance of writing? In the pursuit of our various interests, we tend to ignore our inner mind and spirit, which can be brought forth through writing. Instead, we are dependent on modern technological conveniences, such as cell-phones, video games, and other visual entertainment. In today’s society where the value of writing has diminished rapidly, Chi-Chun Ku, a calligrapher and painter, strives to share the beauty of calligraphy with the world, and revive the inner spirit.

Chi-Chun Ku’s series of artworks depicts the transformation of writing that has taken place over the millennia. Her artworks also integrate the artist’s colloquial poems within, expressing younger generation’s various outlooks towards today’s society. Chi-Chun Ku’s current art series portrays a style consistent with that of her 2013 artwork Monologue, which presents a metaphor of traditional oriental romance characterized by sprinkling snowflakes, along with an imperial background of bold yellow. Chi-Chun Ku also applies a delicate and refined sculpture layering technique in order to preserve and showcase the snowflakes.

For a calligrapher such as Chi-Chun Ku, the meaning of writing is to create a new and independent model that neither fools the audience nor replicates masterpieces. Instead, by recreating a genre, refining language, capturing images and ideas, and exploring one’s imagination, Chi-Chun Ku can showcase her exquisite style and present a whole new world of writing.  

Buddhist Calligraphy Collection

The artist's parents and grandparents are devout Buddhists. After retiring, her grandparents gained a heartfelt desire to repair a temple for evangelism and pray for the local people. They meditate during the week, creating Buddhist statues so as to aid people in discovering their true heart. Believers can purchase the collection, and it can be hung in the hall to bring in good fortune.

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