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Collage Art Exhibition Of Lian-An



Collage Art Exhibition Of Lian-An
Date of exhibition: 2020 18 Jul.~2020 22 Oct.

Collage Art Exhibition Of Lian-An
With easily obtained objects, I created a collage of all the memories I still have of the landscape and scenery around my home. With references to them, I began to write a story about my home. Home is the place we are familiar with and love most. It doesn’t matter if an actual “home” exists or not, since it simply indicates the city and land where we grow up. Even though we travel to remote places, with stabling power, we will eventually return to the point of departure.

People always miss their homes after wandering around for some time.
The happiest moment in life is to step onto the way back home again.
Even though the trip is hard, it is worthwhile just to return home.

In this collage, the surrounding sceneries of Hua Shan Din by Cosmos Creation are represented, telling stories about travelers’ homes. Memories of people in the 2020s are locked safely in the scene with Baobby and a safe in from the 1950s in it.

About Artist
Lian is a freelancer illustrator born and raised in Taiwan. She draws something experienced, and something about her imagination. She loves reasoning novel, children’s art, old things and walks in the countryside. These are all inspirations for her work. She was selected in the 2015 and 2018 Bologna Children’s book Fair.

Yu-Ying Huang Ceramic Exhibition

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Yu-Ying Huang Ceramic Exhibition
Date of exhibition: 2020 11 Apr.~2020 16 Jul.

In 2020, Yu-Ying Huang, a ceramic artist, fired a craft using the “Lavender” colored glaze of her innovation to highlight the spring mood, infusing spring charms to the space of Hua Shan Din by Cosmos Creation. Inspired by lavender fields in Provence, France, Yu-Ying Huang’s creation has endless flower fields, distant views, and an azure sky as the backdrop, resembling a romantic atmosphere in southern France.


About Artist
A proud disciple of Taiwan’s ceramic pioneer and legend, professor Jang-nung Wu, Yu-Ying Huang has grown over the years to become one of the most acclaimed ceramic artists in Taiwan. Her distinct creations include smoke-fire, crystalline, and Leaf Tenmoku, most of which are inspired by the Nature or feature elements from the Nature. Over the 20+ years in the career, Yu-ying has received numerous recognitions from around the world, including the Taipei Ceramic Award, the Japan International Ceramics Exhibition, the Gold Ceramic Pot award, the Yingge Ceramics Award and many more. She has also held hundreds of highly acclaimed solo and joint exhibitions throughout her career. Yu-ying has been a lecturer at the Taipei Technology University and at the National Taiwan College of Arts, and received the 2016 Teacher’s Award from the Ministry of Education. She has been invited to participate in international seminars in Japan, the U.S., Estonia, Lithuania and China, and has been a member of the IAC since 2017.

The Exhibition Of Photo Book


The Exhibition Of Photo Book
Date of exhibition: 2020 07 Jan.~2020 09 Apr.

The Exhibition Of Photo Book
The creative process of the imaginary series about the Future was an anxious one. With that behind me, I want to revisit the warmer “Childhood photos” theme from 2015. From the faded photos and memories of my childhood, I attempt to create a time travel to the past through clay and ceramics.

For this series, instead of childhood playthings, I created pottery pieces against familiar childhood backdrops such as classrooms and playgrounds. The character of a young girl is the thread to connect the pieces to create a linear story. In addition to my own photo books, I also poured through those of my friends’ in search of inspiration and the blissful memories of the past, and just like Cosmos Creation – Huashanding’s effort to preserve historic structures and to incorporate the past into its present design elements, I aim to weave our past into our present.


About Artist
Illustrator Tang Tang, real name Shou-Nan Tang, began publishing picture books in 2003. Many of his works, such as the “Short-eared Rabbit” hit series, have been published in many countries/regions. He has also been chosen several times to represent Taiwan in the Bologna Children’s Book Fair in Italy. In recent years, Tang Tang began to create contemporary art pieces and hold regular solo exhibitions, which have been widely collected by individuals and art museums.



The Shih Cheng Wen Art Show

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The Shih Cheng Wen Art Show
Date of exhibition: 2019 05 Oct.~2020 05 Jan.
Opening Reception: 15:00-17:00,20 Oct. 2019

The Shih Cheng Wen Art Show
Artist Shih Cheng Wen was born in the historic district of Dadaocheng, and was raised among the colors and designs of his family-owned textile store. This unique childhood experience helped to inspire his deep appreciation for beauty, allowing him to develop a unique understanding for colors. Attracted by the simple design of the hotel logo during his visits to the Cosmos Creation: Hua Shan Din, he began to create a series of artworks in the bold colors and abstract style of Piet Mondrian. Shih also brought the hotel mascot Baobby to life with vibrant colors and strokes while retaining its adorable cuteness. Also on display at the Shih Cheng Wen Art Show will be pieces that showcase the artist’s love for his hometown Dadaocheng, gloriously illustrated in a lively abundance of colors and carefree lines.


Dadaocheng native color artist Shih Cheng Wen
Born in the colorful and historic district of Dadaocheng, Shih has been immersed in a world of color since birth. His father’s textile shop opened his eyes to them, while the different hues and shades shown through the blue smoke of the burning incense from nearby temples provided a key to self expression, where his shy and reserved nature found a way to communicate with the world around him.

During his work as a men’s wear fabric designer at his father’s textile shop, Shih was found to have a unique knack for being able to mix any color that he laid eyes on. He has teasingly said that he felt obsessed by colors. He mixed his thoughts and passion into the process, and created a memorable chapter in the history of Taiwan’s textile industry. Having spent his entire life in Dadaocheng, Shih is especially adept at creating artwork of architecture. From the past to the present, each piece showcases his deep love for his hometown. Through a constant dialog with color, beauty is his daily companion.



Sing Lee’s Life ∞ Art Exhibition

Sing Lee’s Life ∞ Art Exhibition

Date of exhibition: 2019 03 Jul.~2019 03 Oct.

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Watching my nephews grow from helpless babies to bouncing, lively children, and my kin folks going through countless sleep-deprived nights as clueless new parents to become parenting experts, being around my 5 nephews has given me a different perspective on life.
Thanks to these little boys, I had the rare opportunity of a different life experience, which inspired me to create the series of art that is magical yet real, practical yet full of childish fun.


About Artist

Born and raised in Da-xi, Taoyuan, Lee once worked as a graphic designer for a film company, as well as for the e-commerce platform of various prestigious cosmetics brands in Taiwan. She later worked as a freelance graphic designer with focus on illustration and visual design.
Several years ago, Lee became passionate about bread and chocolate-making and began to immerse herself in the art of baking. This brings her closer to working with local communities that in turn inspired her to begin illustration work. As her illustration gained recognition, Lee received invitation to participate in special illustration projects in China. She also helped to establish the map design workshop during a chance visit to Taiwan’s east coast.


Ku Chao-Jen’s Urban Watercolor Sketching Exhibition

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Ku Chao-Jen’s Urban Watercolor Sketching Exhibition
Date of exhibition: 2019 28 Mar.~2019 30 Jun.
Opening Reception: 14:00-16:00,14 Apr. 2019

The warmth of a stroke
Strolling through the historical Hua-shan structures of what used to be a distillery at the heart of a busy city, one cannot help but focus in on the unique structure of Hua Shan Din By Cosmos Creation. From its simple exterior to the creative design of classic elegance within, urban sketching artist Chao-Jen Ku explored the grounds of Hua Shan Din By Cosmos Creation With his acute awareness for intricate details and his famous carefree strokes, Mr. Ku created a colorful collection that showcases the cultural, geographical and historical uniqueness of the Hua Shan area.

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From the artist:
Urban sketching tells a visual story of the moment within each image. I often carry with me simple sketching tools like a couple of fountain pens, or I would simply pick up sticks from the ground, and sketch down what I see while I’m on the road, capturing the cultural and social scenes and phenomena in cities of villages. The satisfaction of capturing images in the moment is what every artist searches for.

Sketching has become a popular form of drawing in recent years. Its essence is to quickly capture what you see in front of your eyes, and heavily relies on the theory of perspective drawing to create correct form and structure. Perspective drawing provides a foundation for the accuracy of dimension, and is the basis for a sensible and intelligent image structure. Style-wise, I have preferred to use dried branches or sticks dipped in ink to create quick, carefree and lively lines in my drawings, while expressing my thoughts and ideas on the local culture or history, instilling a sense of rich humanity into my creations.

2018 Ku Chao-Jen’s Urban Watercolor Sketching, Taipei
2018 Passion and Perspective—Ku Chao-Jen’s Urban Watercolor Sketching, Taipei
2017 Ku Chao-Jen’s Urban Watercolor Sketching, Taipei
2016 Ku Chao-Jen’s Urban Watercolor Sketching, New Taipei City
2015 Shimmers at Dusk—Ku Chao-Jen’s Photo and Urban Sketching, Yunlin
2012 Ku Chao-Jen’s Motion photography design exhibition, Three Screens interactive Projection, Hsin-Chu City
2010 Siraya —Toushe Village Taizu Night Sacrifice, Aboriginal documentary, Chinese Design Council, Taipei
2008 Stream flows—Interactive AV Multi-Media Exhibition


Yu-Ying Huang Ceramic Exhibition

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Yu-Ying Huang Ceramic Exhibition

Date of exhibition: 2018 22 Dec.~2019 24 Mar.

The exhibition Gallery at Hua Shan Din by Cosmo Creation presents contemporary ceramic arts by Yu-Ying Huang, an acclaimed ceramic artist whose distinct works received global recognition. The exhibition features her signature piece “Rotation”, which bodies ancient black pottery techniques under the modern looks. The black pattern of rotating squares is smoked fired onto the white body to create a dynamic and rotating visual effect. The “Ocean World” collection depicts the colorful sea world through clay and glazes. You will see her impressions of various ocean elements, such as coral reefs, shellfish, sea urchins, and a school of fish swimming in the glittering water under the reflection of sunlight. Another highlight of the exhibition is a ceramic version of our hotel’s mascot “Baobby”, made specifically for this event and as gift to the hotel. It incorporates elements of the ocean and many unique symbols of hotel’s rich history, including ancient coins and the famous bank vault.

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Artist bio
Ceramic artist Yu-ying Huang studied under professor Jang-nung Wu, and specializes in smoke firing and wood leaf pottery. She incorporates her travel experiences and her passion for nature into her artwork to create the Ocean World series and the Lavender series. Ms. Huang has received numerous recognitions in international competitions, including the Taipei Ceramic Award, the Japan International Ceramics Exhibition, the Gold Ceramic Pot award, the Yingge Ceramics Award and more. She has also held hundreds of highly acclaimed solo and joint exhibitions throughout her career. Ms. Huang has been a lecturer at the Taipei Technology University and at the National Taiwan College of Arts, and received the 2016 Teacher’s Award from the Ministry of Education. She has been invited to participate in international seminars in Japan, the U.S., Estonia, Lithuania and China, and has been a member of the IAC since 2017.

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TAIWAN CHARACTER by Photographer Satoru Kondo

Date of exhibition: 2018 20 Sep.~20 Dec.

Have you seen the mascot of this hotel “Baobby”?
Can you tell what Baobby looks like?
Baobby has some good friends “Jubee” and “Dobby”. Do you know what they are?
More and more Taiwanese brands have created their own mascot, and each mascost presents a unique story.
Japanese photographer Satoru Kondo spent almost three years looking for interesting and meaningful Taiwanese mascots and taking photographs for them. Let’s follow Satoru Kondo’s aesthetic photography and discover stories behind these mascots.

Satoru Kondo was born in Tokyo and moved to the United Kingdom to study at London Collage of Communication (formerly known as London College of Printing) in London. He now lives in Taipei, Taiwan and works as a freelance photographer, specialising in subjects like life and death and the vitality of life. He is highly acclaimed in his solo exhibitions and has won many awards from various photography competitions at home and abroad.

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Capturing the Aura of Spaces by Photographer Wei-ming Yuan

All of these photographs were shot en route, on a journey. For me, travel photography seeks out soulful resonance in an unfamiliar place. And so, the images captured are a result of a specific anticipation, and simultaneously, present a perpetual surprise. The presence of this sense of surprise indirectly attests to the unique experience of being physically present in the actual environment.

A scene first triggers visual interest, followed by observations that reveal a hidden life phenomenon within the scene. The elements that make up the scene begin to dialogue, until a relationship and context begins to emerge. Photography is the use of images to document the varied and manifold dramas that occur within a scene.

Capturing the aura of spaces
Date of exhibition: 1 July~3 Sep. 2018
Opening Reception: 14:00-16:00,14 Jul. 2018
Seminar: 14:00-16:00, 1 Sep. 2018

About Artist Wei-ming Yuan

2018 Kyotographie international photography festival, “The dialogue of silence” solo exhibition
2018 Photofairs San Fransisco art fair
2017 Paris FOTO FEVER photography art fair
2017 “Ordinary Scene and Quodis Arcana”, solo exhibition, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi international photography contest
2016 Shin Kong Mitsukoshi international photography contest, First prize
2014 Retired from his post as associate professor
1982 ‘Taiwan Architect”magazine photography contest, Golden Award
1974 Studied Architecture for Master degree in Washington University, he also pursue independent study in photography at the School of Fine Arts.
1970 Graduated from the Department of Architecture in Tunghai University
1948 Born in Guangzhou, China
Hua Shan Din by Cosmos Creation is located right next to the Hua Shan 1914 Creative Park. As an extension of the park’s art space, the hotel has dedicated a special gallery on the hotel ground floor to regularly schedule a variety of art exhibitions and displays, aiming to enrich the journey of our travelers with arts and culture right here in the hotel.