Changjiang Li

Mouth and Foot Artist

China

ABOUT

Born on 26 March 1963 in Hegang city, Changjiang Li had been interested in fine arts since childhood. At the age of eleven, he touched a live electric pylon which had fallen down during a storm due to which he lost both his arms and three toes of his left foot. From that time onwards he wrote, painted and photographed with his mouth to express his feelings and understanding of the world and was tireless in his pursuit of art.

Later on he gave himself the pseudonym Jiangyue Xueying. Alongside calligraphy and art he has also turned to photography. In 2002 he was admitted into the association as a student member. He was an Association member from 2008 to 2011. Finally, he became a full time member of VDMFK in 2011. His favourite motifs include animals and birds in particular as well as landscapes. He had one man exhibitions on calligraphy, paintings and photography in Chinese towns and provinces in 1995 and 1998.

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