Chien Chung-Wei is an award-winning watercolor artist from Taiwan and a signature member of the American Watercolor Society and National Watercolor Society. He is also a highly experienced teacher and has been instructing watercolor workshops around the world.
Over the years, Chien has won many awards in international competitions. His latest achievements include his work, “Cambridge Riders”, won The Matt Bruce RI Memorial Award at the 204th International Exhibition in Royal Institute of Waterclour Artists (RI); his watercolor, “Venice at Dusk”, won the Honorable Mention Award of Shenzhen International Watercolor Biennial 2015-2016; his watercolor, “Bali Left Bank Park”, won the Alan R. Chiara Memorial Award in the 148th Annual International Exhibition of American Watercolor Society (AWS), and his work, “Snow Scene in Shirakawa”, won the Best of Show in Watermedia Showcase competition 2014.
Chien has been featured many times in the Art of Watercolour, The Watercolor Artist, International Artist, and other major watercolor magazines. His works has been included in “'Recipes of Transparent Watercolor 2'”, published by Japan Watercolor Society, and “ Masters of Watercolor: From East to West“. He is also the author of bestselling books, “The Intrigue of Form”, and “Learning Watercolor from Demonstrations”.
Chien now teaches watercolor in Taiwan and has been invited to instruct watercolor workshops worldwide.
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