CH Narrationism (Chen Hao) is a California-based American painter and bilingual writer. He earned a Master’s degree in Studio Art from the University of South Carolina (founded in 1801) in the US. He created a unique fine art style called Postmodern-Narrationism (narrative faction). The subject matter of his artwork focuses on “narrating” the stories of the pressing issues facing mankind on the canvas or other artistic materials. Such as the Protection of World Heritage, the Global Warming, and the Haze Pollution, etc. This is his unique creative way to communicate with the viewers.
As a postmodern artist and litterateur, he has originally created many oil paintings, sketches, photographs, novels, poems, and other contemporary art and literary works. His works have been internationally exhibited, published, awarded, and collected (both private and public). His representative work “Saving the Great Wall” is held by the Liu Haisu Art Museum, a national museum of China. And his other two early representative works “July 4th” and “Silent Night” are collected by the China Art Museum (China Art Palace), that is the largest art museum in Asia.
Marquis Who’s Who (since 1899) in the US, which the world’s most authoritative biographical information publishing company has already included his achievement in “Who’s Who in the World” (31st-33rd editions) and “Who’s Who in America” (69th-70th editions). Also, his artworks were selected in the art book “Art and Art Market. Masters of the 21st Century” that was published by the MAMAG Modern Art Museum in Austria.