Tian Wenbi was born in 1978 in Ryukyu Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. He graduated from the Institute of Printmaking Art of the National Taiwan University of the Arts. He is currently the president of the Western Painting Society of East Painting and the head of the Wen-Bi Tian art tutoring class. He was the resident artist of the original printmaking base of Shenzhen Guanlan, China. The instructor of the art resource classroom of the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts.
Wen-Bi Tian is good at experimenting and tempting, and expresses the characteristics of various media. His creations are not only sculptural creations, but also excellent in printmaking, painting, etc. His printmaking works have won numerous awards for participating in large-scale art exhibitions at home and abroad. For example, the Executive Yuan Cultural Construction Committee hosted the China Republic of China Printed New Year Awards. In 2008, the International Print Biennial Silver Medal was awarded the first place in the same year, and the 2009 Grand Prix was awarded the Paris Grand Prize. In the past, dozens of solo exhibitions and nine paintings were published.
This exhibition of works seeks to explore the difference between time and work through the creation of human body sketching. He integrates his original thinking into a free state of mind, free from time limits, and free to express the state of the human body. Time is differentiated in these works, consciously or unconsciously developing the infinite possible structure; the creation process because of time (speed) makes the picture continue to produce new effects, from which people can discover the various body expressions and spirits in the human body, through intuition. As he states, "Experience creates a heart mirror that belongs to one's own eyes."