程振文

Chen-Wen Cheng | 程振文 
(Taiwan)

中華亞太水彩藝術協會理事
IWS國際水彩大賽評審
Board Member of the Chinese Asia-Pacific Watercolor Association
Jury to the International Watercolor Society Art Contest

2014 法國世界水彩大賽金牌獎
2015 韓國國際水彩三年展
    臺北市大同大學水彩個展
    美國紐約文化部臺日水彩展
2016 亞洲&墨西哥國際水彩展
2017 臺日水彩畫會交流展於奇美博物館
2018 義大利法布里亞諾水彩展

2014 The Jury’s Golden Award of Excellence, 2014 World Watercolour Competition, France
2015 the International Watercolor Triennial in Seoul, South Korea
Watercolor Solo Exhibition at Tatung University, Taipei
Taiwan-Japan Watercolor Exhibition in New York, USA
2016 International Watercolor Exhibitions in Asia and Mexico
2017 Taiwan & Japan Watercolor Exhibition at Chimei Museum
2018 Fabriano in Acquarello, Italy

程振文水彩畫作-噶瑪蘭阿嬤

噶瑪蘭阿嬤 Kavalan Grandma

水彩 Watercolor|153 ×101cm| 2019

八十五歲的噶瑪蘭阿嬤健朗勤勞,是花蓮新社香蕉絲工坊的資深工藝師。冬日午后,阿嬤一如往常忙碌地編織香蕉絲,即使眼睛早已老花,但打結的手法依然熟稔,她仔細將一段段細絲結成牢固長線,低頭專注的模樣令人動容。

Kavalan grandma, aged 85, was a healthy, diligent, senior artisan at Lala Ban, Hualien. In some afternoon in wintertime, the grandma wove banana tree fibers as usual. Despite her presbyopia, she still excelled at tying knots, weaving threads into a strong long thread. What a moving picture of her concentrating at work.

程振文水彩畫作-馬祖阿嬤

馬祖阿嬤 Matsu Grandma

水彩  Watercolor|101 ×112cm| 2019

阿嬤住在馬祖北竿芹壁村,笑容靦腆、話不多。那天豔陽高照,她忙著洗衣晾衣,銀白的髮際線、黝黑的臉頰上滿是汗珠。本作品想挑戰不使用白色顏料,而以水洗方式來呈現纖細的髮絲,這是耐力的考驗、亦是對母愛的讚頌。

The grandma lived in Qinbi Village, Beigan, Matsu. She had timid smile and talked little. On a bright sunny day, she was busy at laundry, sweating all over her silver-white hair and dark chink. The artwork was a challenge of not using white pigment. Instead, wash technique was employed to capture the delicate hairs. It was a trial to my tenacity as well as a praise to mother’s love.

程振文水彩畫作-甜美

甜美 Luscious

水彩  Watercolor|75 ×153cm| 2009

吃完的葡萄種子撒入花盆,它竟然漸漸長大,還開了花,結出幾串小綠葡萄。第一次目睹葡萄成長,既驚喜又期待。正高興地看著它由綠轉紫,鳥兒已搶先品嚐熟果,獨留種子黏掛上頭!我趕緊把所剩葡萄剪下,享受甜美滋味。

Seeds were sowed in pots after I had had the grapes. To my surprise, it grew and blossomed, yielding green little grapes in the end. It was my first time witnessing the growth of grapes. I was surprised and exciting. Just as I enjoyed the waiting for it to turn from green to purple, birds already had their taste on the fruits, leaving nothing but seeds sticking to the branch. In a hurry, I cut the remainders to savor the luscious grapes.