Gu Jing

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Gu Jing, Date at Dusk, 2014
Gu Jing, Listening to Wutong, 2014
Gu Jing, Purple Lotus, 2014
Gu Jing, Admiring Rock from Window, 2014
Gu Jing, Peonies & Cases, 2014
Gu Jing, Peony Perfume, 2014
Gu Jing, Peony I, 2014
Gu Jing, Peony II, 2014
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Gu Jing, <i>Date at Dusk, </i>2014
Gu Jing, <i>Listening to Wutong, </i>2014
Gu Jing, <i>Purple Lotus, </i>2014
Gu Jing, <i>Admiring Rock from Window,</i> 2014
Gu Jing,<i> Peonies & Cases, </i>2014
Gu Jing,<i> Peony Perfume, </i>2014
Gu Jing,</i> Peony I, </i>2014
Gu Jing, <i>Peony II, </i>2014
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When appreciating Gu Jing’s art, the character of her name jing (靜), tranquil or quiet, naturally comes to mind. The composition of a painting is reflective of the painter’s state of mind, and therefore only a mind at ease can ever create tranquil compositions. In viewing Gu Jing’s paintings and being drawn into the compositions, one shares with her a state of mind that is tranquil or quiet – a mind that is at ease.