(Comprehensive Report) Tie Li and Wayne Chen, president and member of the Oregon Chinese Artists Association, respectively, painted the huge mural "Together we have a bright future" together. The project was finished on August 28, 2023.
The center of Hillsboro is where this enormous mural, 25 meters long and 3.5 meters high, is situated. Numerous locals and visitors have come to see it, and it has since transformed into a stunning new local scene.
This huge artwork can be found at M & M Marketplace, which is located at 346 SW Walnut Street in Hillsboro, Oregon.
(綜合報導）由俄勒岡中國藝術家協會著名畫家李鐵、陳永雄，雙強聯手的巨幅宣傳壁畫「讓我們一起創造更光明的未來」（Together we have a bright future）的繪製工作，於8月28日圓滿結束。
Portland Chinese Time, 06/28/2023
(Photographic report by our reporter, Guangcai E) The opening ceremony and awards ceremony of the 2023 Lake Oswego Art Festival were held last Saturday morning. A number of works by Li Tie (the president of the Oregon Chinese Artists Association), Chen Wenshi (the vice president), and Tang Guifang ( the director), were exhibited at this year's art festival.
Chen Wenshi's engraving work "Chicken Flock" won the highest award of the year, the "Best Work Award," Li Tie's oil painting "Night Walk" won the Blue Ribbon Award, and Tang Guifang's meticulous painting "Shuangshou Picture" won the Blue Ribbon Award. Jeanne Denton, Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Lake Oswego Art Festival, presented them with certificates and prize money.
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(Reported by our reporter Guangcai E) Sponsored by Japan International Art Research Institute, American Oregon Chinese Artists Association, Japan-China International Painting Association, New International Art Forum, Hong Kong Art Association, China International Art Union, North American Visual Art Research Association, China The opening ceremony of the 2023 "International Calligraphy and Painting Awards Exhibition" co-organized by Traditional Art Space and Tokyo Marui Art Co., Ltd. was held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum on May 29, local time.
Li Tie, President of Oregon Chinese Artists Association, and Chen Wenshi, Vice President, were invited to attend the opening ceremony。