Fragrance

Ink and Color 40 x 30
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Doudou

Ink and Color 48 x 20
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Drunken Red

Ink & Color 30 x 40
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Autumn

Ink and Color 30 x 40
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Love

Ink and Color 20 x 32
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Beautiful Life

Ink and Color 40 x 40
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Liang Wei comes from China where he studied at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. His work has been shown in Liang Wei’s work has been shown in numerous galleries and art centers, including Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center, World Trade Center, Westbeth Gallery One in New York, Yale-China Association at Yale University, New Britain Museum of American Art, Hartford Art School Gallery, New London Art Society & Gallery, John Slade Ely House in Connecticut, Greater Reston Arts Center, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Target Gallery at Torpedo Factory Art Center in Virginia, University of Maryland University College, Strathmore Mansion in Maryland, Pepco’s Edison Place Gallery, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Washington DC, and National Museum of China in Beijing.

Liang Wei's paintings have won a number of awards presented by art schools and art societies. Most recently in 2012, he won the Outstanding Work award at The First Exhibition of Overseas Chinese Paintings & Calligraphy, jointly presented by All China Federation of Returned Overseas, China Federation of Literary & Art Circles, China Artists Association and China Calligraphers Association. He also won People’s Choice and First Place award at 2011 and 2007 Treasury of Art show respectively presented by Vienna Arts Society in Virginia. In addition, Liang Wei is an award winner of 2005 Artist of the Year by the Friends of the Torpedo Factory Art Center. Other recent awards include First Place in Watercolor for 2005 Best of Virginia Artists and Artisans by Kennedy Promotions, Best in Show by patrons of the 2005 'Taste for Art' gala and auction at Torpedo Factory Art Center, and Best in Show at the American Landscape Show by the Art league.

Liang Wei's calligraphy has adored the jacket designs of such books as "The Search for Modern China" and "Chinese Roundabout" by Yale historian Jonathan Spence, and "Furrows" by Yale anthropologists Helen Siu.