Ting Shao-Kuang was born in China in 1939, after graduating from Central Academy of Arts and Design; he went on to teach at Yunnan Academy of Fine Arts until 1980.  Shortly after, he immigrated to the U.S.  In 1990, during the International Art Fair in Japan, Ting was the only Chinese person to be elected to the “Top One Hundred Masters Since 14th Century,” which was ranked number 29.  He was elected as the representative artist for the United Nation for three consecutive years, where his art works and life was introduced by the United Nation to over 160 countries in the world.  His limited edition of wood prints and stamps was also published by the U.N.  Ting’s works uses simple, clear strokes and rich colors, along with structures according to golden ratio; portraying scenes and folk cultures of Yunnan perfectly combining East and West, classic and contemporaries, and abstraction and realism.  His solo exhibitions were held for over four hundred times and his works were collected by collectors in more than 50 countries in the world.
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