First Art Exhibition by NAAA in Boston Chinatown Draws Rave Reviews

By David Li, bostonese.com

The first ever Chinese calligraphy and photography exhibition by North America Artist Association (NAAA) was held from March 9 to 12 at East West Bank in Boston Chinatown. The four-day exhibition drew thousands of spectators and rave reviews from professional artists and art enthusiasts alike.
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(from left)Tian Han Guo, Jing Ming Huang, Da Wen Guo, Jun Ming Chen, Wen Xi Zhou, Gary Christenson, Donald Wong, Hung Goon, Eadwn Huang and Ling Cheng at the open ceremony.




Art works by Jing Ming Huang, Wen Xi Zhou, Ho Chung Lam, Ling Cheng, Tian Han Guo and Eaden Huang were featured in this exhibition. All these artists has years of training and research in tradition Chinese paining or photography. Being the only photographer at the exhibition, Eaden Huang was recently elected to be the president of NAAA. He thanked overwhelming support from the community for this exhibition in his welcome speech at the opening ceremony on March 10.

Mayor Gary Christenson of Malden, Mass. He was very impressed by the art works. He invited Eadwn Huang to capture some beautiful images of parks in Malden.

Tim Wang of Asian Art Academy in Andover, Mass. and Zhisheng Sun of Lanting Gathering Chinese calligraphy group gave high remarks to the artists and appreciated their dedication in promoting traditional Chinese culture in Boston. They hoped that there would be similar exhibitions in the near future.

If you have missed this exhibition, you can still review the pictures of the selected art work below. The website of NAAA is www.naaa.us.

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