Art | June 13, 2023 |

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Featured Artist
Jackie Jiang

Jackie Jiang is a Chinese Designer and Multi-Media Artist whose work often features a unique blend of traditional paper-making techniques and contemporary ink and acrylic artistry. Born and raised in China, Jackie embarked on a journey of artistic exploration that eventually led her to the bustling streets of New York City. Through her evocative works, she masterfully merges Eastern artistic traditions with Western influences, forging a path that celebrates cultural heritage while embracing the spirit of innovation.

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Jackie Jiang is interested in portraying the unspeakable and intangible feelings she experiences in her daily life through the language of art, mainly ink and acrylic on paper media. Drawing inspiration from the ancient Chinese calligraphy style known as Cao Shu, her work reveals abstract scribbles and expressive brushstrokes that convey a deceptive sense of lightheartedness. Jackie’s artistic process revolves around uncovering the profound connections between contemporary art and traditional Chinese calligraphy, exploring the boundless possibilities that arise from their fusion. This exploration manifests in her vibrant colour palettes and intuitive forms, inviting viewers into a visual realm where the past merges seamlessly with the present.

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In her artistic practice, Jackie Jiang delves deep into the realm of human emotions, seeking to capture and portray the fleeting moments and unspoken nuances that shape our daily lives. She endeavours to transcend the limitations of verbal expression, allowing her art to communicate on a visceral and instinctive level. By employing ink and acrylic on paper, she harnesses the fluidity and spontaneity of her chosen mediums, giving life to the intangible and infusing her work with a sense of energy and vitality.

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Inspired by the rich heritage of traditional Chinese calligraphy, Jackie Jiang draws upon the expressive power of brushwork and the harmonious balance between positive and negative spaces. Her abstract scribbles and expressive brushstrokes convey a sense of controlled chaos, reflecting the interplay between freedom and discipline inherent in her artistic process. Each mark on the paper becomes a conduit for her emotions, offering a glimpse into her inner world and inviting viewers to embark on their own personal journey of introspection.

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