Yi-Xiong Gu

古藝雄 Yi-Xiong Gu
古藝雄 Yi-Xiong Gu

古一雄 Yi-Xiong Gu (other names, Andrew, Peng-Gu Yang) was born in 1971 in Binxian, China. He moved to Xi’an, China to study art at the age of 19. In 1993, he attend Xi’an United University . Gu YiXiong studied and majored in art, brush painting, sketch, watercolor, and oil painting, and at the same time he began to study Zhouyi in Taoism and Buddhist Zen. He graduated an Art Major from Xi’an United University . Currently, He is the President of World Zen Art Center, co-director of China Zen Art Academy.

In 2003 he went to Japan to take part in a culture exchange sponsored by the Japan China Cultural Association. While in Japan his art works were collected by Japanese friends and received good evaluations. Next, he went to Beijing People’ Hall to participate in the “China Soul-Celebration of the 56th Anniversary of the Establishment of People’s Republic of China, Calligraphy and Paintings of Celebrities National Celebration Benevolent of China.” China Art Weekly featured and introduced Gu YiXing’s paintings. In 2005 he won the Gold Medal at the China-America ,San Francisco ,Chinese Painting and Calligraphy International Contest. He then received several other awards in China. At the Beijing People’s Hall, he received the name of the “Traditional Culture Promoting Project of China Outstanding Award.“ from the Traditional Culture Promoting Project of China. In 2008, China Cultural Information Association and China Cultural United Publishing Company awarded him the name of “Master of the Time”.

Mr. Gu moved to the U.S. in 2009 to actualize his dream that of the development and prosperity of Zen Art and Chinese Ink painting to grow worldwide. He specializes in Chinese ink landscape and Zen paintings. His ambition and life goal is to establish an international Zen Art development to ensure Zen Art’s prosperity and appreciation for generations to come.

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Yixiong Gu artists to demo Zen brush painting

This is a four Chinese text. (Amituofo) Amitabha meaning. Work in the middle of “Buddha” wrote like a monk in meditation.
This is a four Chinese text. (Amituofo) Amitabha meaning. Work in the middle of “Buddha” wrote like a monk in meditation.
This is a four Chinese text. Bristling followed Zen, Tao, together, one. Zen and Tao research goal is to expound the same meaning. Namely, that people get to know and analyze, regular laws of nature and the universe. It is a way that people understand themselves and the universe.
This is a four Chinese text. Bristling followed Zen, Tao, together, one. Zen and Tao research goal is to expound the same meaning. Namely, that people get to know and analyze, regular laws of nature and the universe. It is a way that people understand themselves and the universe.
This is a four Chinese text. (Amituofo) Amitabha meaning. Work in the middle of "Buddha" wrote like a monk in meditation.
This is a four Chinese text. (Amituofo)
Amitabha meaning.
Work in the middle of “Buddha” wrote like a monk in meditation.
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
"taoist priest" Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
“taoist priest” Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Zen brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄
Ink brush painting by Yi-Xiong Gu 古一雄

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世界禪藝術研究院 World Zen Art Center established in New York, the center is a non-profit international Zen art research institution. Its target is to research and exchange Zen art. It hopes to encourage, attract and promote Zen artists from around the world. Our activities are funded mainly donations from the community. Including funds, goods, heritage and other donations. Use it to develop the goals and objectives of our center.