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"Turning 2001" by Jia Lu - Large Framed Giclee $1,800
Turning 2001 Limited Edition Print by Jia Lu
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Jia Lu

"Turning 2001"

  • Limited Edition Print : Giclee

    Size : 32x32 in  |  81x81 cm
    Framed : 42x42 in  |  107x107 cm
    Edition : From the Edition of 268

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Hand SignedLower Right in Pen 
Condition Excellent 
Framed without GlassBlack Faux Wood 2 1/2 in Outside With 2 in Decorat 
Purchased fromGallery 2004 
Provenance / HistoryDiamond Head Gallery, Honolulu, HI 
Story / Additional InfoJia Lu explained that the young woman in “Turning” is looking back on her youth as she ventures forward into adulthood. The book titled, “Jia Lu,” by Geoffrey Bonnycastle displays 129 of her paintings, 121 in color. “Turning” is featured as the front book jacket. 
Certificate of AuthenticityDiamond Head Gallery 
Jia Lu - China

Art Brokerage: Jia Lu Chinese Artist: B. 1954. Painting since she was three, Jia Lu painted her way through her tender years, through the navy, through her emigration abroad, right through to fame. Her paintings eventually created a world that escapes classification. No matter who comes across them, her paintings make all catch their breath and turns every face into an expression of wonder. Jia Lu was born in March 1954 in Beijing. Graduated from the Central Academy of Art and Design Special Arts Department in Beijing and York University Faculty of Visual Arts in Canada. Before leaving China she worked as a nurse, film projectionist, athelete, film actress, art editor, etc. In 1983 she pursued further education in Canada and later taught at Lambton College. Jia Lu has participated in over 50 exhibitions in the U.S., Japan and Canada. In 1990 she worked as Researcher and Chief Designer for the Tang Culture Research Institute and created the world's largest, most valuable and influential mural design at 700 sq. m. over the course of several months. Between 1985 and 1994 Jia Lu's ink paintings and Buddhist designs were exhibited at three provincial level art museums in Canada bringing widespread attention to her work. Jia Lu's work became a highlight of the 1997 and 1998 ArtExpo. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.