Jie Luo


Jie Luo (Chinese, 1968- ), "Imprisoned-Falling," 2008; Acrylic on canvas, 70 7/8 h x 82 11/16 w (inches). One of the artists in the CWAM;s Fall 2016 exhibition, "Dusk to Dusk," Jie Luo's father was sent away to work for Mao, and his mother took him to work on a silk-worm farm where he watched the worms in the weaving hut. Luo later took up weaving fishing nets. Selected from THE EKARD COLLECTION, "Dusk to Dusk" is toured by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions, Pasadena, California.



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