Born in 1962 in Chongqing, China, Weng Xue-song begins working at Jiulongpo District Cultural Museum in 1980. The artist later graduated from the Painting Department of Chongqing Fine Arts School in 1985 and taught there afterwards. Following neo-realism, pop political, gaudy art and digital era, Weng’s painting represents a unique artistic style featuring the nature and individuality of Chinese culture. After experimenting with various contemporary art forms, he has recently returned to oil painting to explore the vividness and spirit pursued by the ancient Chinese literati. Garden rock and animals are two of his key subjects, in which he unveils a spiritual world where the atmosphere created by the painting is conversational with the soul of its creator. Weng Xue-song’s exhibition includes “Xuesong New Oil Painting” (2008), “Xuesong- Naturally” (2010), and “Xuesong- Seeing Nature” (2013).