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楊勝安
1976-2002

楊勝安(1976 - 2002),字慶藝,1976年出生於嘉義,2002年逝世於澳洲臥龍崗,視藝術為其第二生命。自幼即展露其對藝術的天份及熱愛,18歲榮獲第20屆全國青年書畫比賽國畫組第二名,作品典藏於國父紀念館。同年再獲全國學生美展西畫組第一名,北縣學生美展國畫組第三名;並以第一名成績畢業於復興商工美術實驗班,保送中國文化大學美術學系。

1997年跟隨嶺南派大師歐豪年教授、黃磊生教授與大風堂孫家勤教授習畫,藝術造詣更加精湛。1998年考取中國文化大學藝術研究所碩士班,繼續專研藝術,於2000年出版「楊勝安作品集」,取得藝術碩士學位即受聘於復興商工及醒吾技術學院,同時於國立臺灣藝術大學完成教育學程。

勝安任教期間指導學生參加各項中外書畫比賽,成績皆名列前茅。其不因教學卓越而自滿,2002年決定遠赴澳洲攻讀藝術創作博士,求取新知並融會中西,以廣闊的視野醉心於創作,惟不幸歲末殞落於其視為第二故鄉的澳洲臥龍崗美麗海岸邊,享年27歲。

楊勝安在短暫的生命歷程中,專注於藝術學習與創作,孜孜不倦,用筆墨揮灑出對藝術的崇敬、執著與不悔。筆觸沉穩、內斂,時而氣勢磅礡,時而婉約柔美,時而渾厚質樸,動靜之間所散發出的藝術內涵、氣勢與神韻總是令人驚艷,回眸時,讚嘆不已!


楊勝安藝術獎助學金
2003-2016

生命有限,藝術無涯,楊勝安生命雖然短暫,但其人生經歷精彩而豐富,惟其看似順遂的人生背後,在大學時期卻因創作追求完美心態,罹患嚴重躁鬱症之不為人知的艱辛歷程。躁鬱症鬱期病重之時失去生活自理能力,由母親盛連金如同幼兒般重新教導日常生活;封筆之時,由父親楊麒麟從旁引導,最終父親畫下公雞,勝安以生澀筆法畫下兩隻小雞並題名雞婆一圖,始讓勝安重拾畫筆。而躁期病發之時,沒有停歇的四處展現才華與鋒芒,被醫生送進精神病房鐵牢之中,並被宣判永無藥醫之無期徒刑。

罹患重病的勝安,幸而在家人不離不棄用愛的陪伴下,終脫離病苦再次嶄露頭角,在母親鼓勵下二度登上黃山寫生取景,在師大王友俊教授寫生團隊中,於黃山之巔以積雪搓揉成水席地沾墨而繪,返台在母親夜以繼日手持吹風機協助之下完成潑墨黃山系列,順利取得學位。無奈天妒英才,遠赴澳大利亞求學時,於該年歲末安息主懷。

在勝安蒙主恩召後,母親盛連金難忍傷痛,於隔年2003年以血淚完成「浴火鳳凰憶-我兒勝安」一書,發願不計成本義賣書籍,由其弟楊勝傑踏遍台灣各地,與善心人士結緣,籌募「楊勝安藝術獎助學金」,以完成勝安教育英才未竟之壯志。

楊勝安藝術獎助學金頒發予「勝安藝術獎」及「熱愛藝術獎」全國青年水墨創作大賽優秀得獎同學,獎學基金於擴大獎勵後迅速用罄,目前以社團法人台灣愛心365藝文關懷協會募集各界捐款及其夫妻退休金以維持運作,期待各界以微薄之力、共襄藝舉。

勝安藝術獎
2005-2016

2005年以台灣已故藝術家楊勝安命名創辦之「勝安藝術獎」,是藝術家父母親楊麒麟、盛連金夫婦為了延續愛子生前熱愛藝術創作精神而設置,傳承水墨藝術與文化,推廣藝文及公益活動不遺餘力,讓藝術與文化做為影響生命力的起點,讓愛分享傳遞。

勝安藝術獎徵選以台灣高中職學生為對象,以水墨及彩墨創作為主,每年11月14日前收件,12月頒獎。每屆評選出全國首獎「勝安藝術獎」一名,頒發獎學金新台幣三萬元,及以勝安陶盤「君子之交」設計而成的獎盃,另選出優選獎、佳作獎、五顏六色獎及入選若干名,每年總獎學金超過新台幣二十萬元。

勝安藝術獎自第四屆2008年起,承蒙國立臺灣藝術大學美術學院書畫藝術學系林進忠任認同而共同辦理,並擴大為全國青年水墨創作大展,每年集結百件得獎作品並出版作品專輯。在書畫藝術學系蔡友教授、林錦濤教授等歷任主任及現任李宗仁主任與師生、助教的鼎力協助下,共同推動水墨藝術教育向下札根,傳承水墨藝術與文化,在2014年完成「勝安藝術獎十年,獎勵千位學子」重要里程碑。

在創辦人健康狀況與經費縮減諸多考量下,原欲於達成十年獎學使命後圓滿謝幕,惟來自得獎同學一份感人的捐款,再次延續勝安藝術獎的未來。2014年榮獲第10屆勝安藝術獎的張懿人同學,以「與勝安藝術獎的接力賽」之名,將其所榮獲的3萬元獎學金外加3萬元零用錢,共計6萬元回捐給台灣愛心365藝文關懷協會,這份愛的循環,讓創辦人決定繼續努力,讓這源源不絕的愛延續。

熱愛藝術獎
2007-2016

第二屆勝安藝術獎頒獎典禮上,來自台中的林國瑋同學在家人陪伴下,乘坐輪椅來到市長官邸的頒獎典禮會場。其因罹患罕見脊柱裂症,終身無法站立,然因其熱愛繪畫熱愛水墨,費盡心思完成超過120cmX60cm之全開水墨作品,創辦人楊麒麟、盛連金夫婦感動之餘,特邀請視障音樂家黃裕翔為其頒發一座熱愛藝術獎,共同見證其不凡的藝術生命力。

勝安藝術獎之設立,緣起於不捨楊勝安生前曾經歷躁鬱症,執著於追求藝術之艱辛歷程,並為鼓勵更多學子投入水墨藝術創作而起,在見證罹患罕病但又熱愛藝術的孩子時,創辦人決定隔年正式設立熱愛藝術獎。在學子參加勝安藝術獎同時,如有重大傷病、身心障礙、罕見疾病、家境清寒或中輟之青年學子,這群人生更具挑戰的參賽同學另可以選擇參與熱愛藝術獎徵選,以鼓勵其繼續追尋自我生命價值。

2007年,正式舉行第三屆「勝安藝術獎」暨第一屆「熱愛藝術獎」青年水墨創作大賽,來自台南的曾靖芳同學以其右手僅有的二指緊握毛筆,以「港邊歲月」一舉榮獲第三屆佳作獎暨第一屆熱愛藝術獎優秀佳績;同年,聽覺障礙朱靖淳同學與罕病陳青琳同學亦共同榮獲熱愛藝術獎。每年特殊境遇的學生在領獎時,更顯得知恩感恩,其展現不凡的藝術生命力,更鼓舞在場所有優秀的青年學子。

2008年,楊勝傑與辜志明設計猶如生命之火的熱愛藝術獎毛筆獎盃正式亮相,頒發獎盃同時,更期待這群熱愛藝術的孩子,能在未來繼續發光發熱,展現自我之藝術才華,亦在舉起生命之火的同時,照亮更多需要幫助、需要指引的青年學子。而這份「愛」,更是勝安藝術獎創辦的核心價值。

全球巡迴展
2016-2017

水墨畫,是傳統美術繪畫的代表,傳到日本、韓國等東亞地區,形成東方特有藝術文化。台灣,為福爾摩沙美麗寶島,人文薈翠保留中華文化之精髓。惟,在西方思潮席捲下,台灣保存的水墨藝術與文化在藝術教育領域漸進被取代,水墨繪畫日趨式微。

勝安藝術獎,於2005年以旅澳青年藝術家楊勝安之名而成立,鼓勵青年學子投入水墨藝術創作,推動水墨藝術的文化傳承與發展,於2014年達成「勝安藝術獎十年」里程碑,無私奉獻愛與關懷,獎勵超過千位學子,成為台灣民間唯一長期專注推動高中職學生水墨藝術創作的公益大獎,旋即受邀至桃園國際機場舉行「勝安藝術獎十年成果展」,引起國際旅客共鳴。

2015年第11屆勝安藝術獎起繼往開來,策展人楊勝傑規劃得獎作品展開2016全球巡迴展,先於國立國父紀念館、高雄文化中心、台中文化中心舉行台灣巡迴展,並在佛光緣美術館協助下於澳大利亞臥龍崗Wollongong的NTI Gallery展開國際首展,2017年於台灣巡迴展後,將赴澳洲墨爾本FGY Art Gallery展出。未來期待以一年一國際城市的步伐,透過藝術與文化讓台灣與國際交流,讓世界看見臺灣青年的藝術創作能量。

YANG Sheng-An
1976-2002

YANG Sheng-An was born in Chia-Yi, Taiwan in 1976 and passed away in Wollongong, Australia in 2002. Demonstrated his talent and passion for art at a young age, Sheng-An received second place at the 20th National Youth Calligraphy and Painting Contest in the category of Chinese painting. The winning art piece is collected and stored in the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall. In the same year, Sheng-An also won first place in the National Student Art Exhibition Award in the category of western painting and third place at the North County Student Art Exhibition in the category of Chinese painting. Graduated first of his class at Fu-Hsin Trade and Art School, he was recommended for admission to the Fine Arts Department of Private Chinese Culture University in Taiwan.

In 1997, Sheng-An furthered his painting skills underguidanceby professor OU Hao-Nian, professor HUANG Lei-Sheng under Ling-Nan style and professor SUN Jia-Chin. In 1998, Sheng-An was accepted by the graduate art program of the Private Chinese Culture University. While excelling in his master program, Sheng-An published the YANGSheng-An Art Collection. After acquiring his master in Arts, he was hired by Fu-Hsin Trade and Art School and Hsing Wu University as a teaching staff member while completing his teaching credential with National Taiwan University of Arts.

During Sheng-An’s career in art education, he helped his students attend various art contests both in Taiwan and internationally; the students had all achieved excellent placements. Sheng-An decided to further his study in arts in pursuit of a PhDin Australia. Regrettably, at age 27 Sheng-An passed away at an unfortunate sea accident in Wollongong, Australia.

While alive, Sheng-An focused on learning art and expressing creativity relentlessly. Sheng-An’s paintings conveyed his sincerity towards arts. His brushstrokes achieved the discipline of mastery, embodied the essence of the reclusive, replete with the majestic potency and evoked the lush depiction of lyrical arts. The art works are both dynamic and eccentric, embellished with meticulous details. Captured one’s attention with praise and surprise even on a second look!


YANG Sheng-An Art Scholarship
2003-2016

Despite YANG Sheng-An’s relatively short life, it was overflowing with vibrant experiences. Yet what seems to be a well-set life, Sheng-An suffered from a diagnose of severe bipolar disorder in college. At the worst time, Sheng-An lost normal function as a person. His mother, SHENG Lien-Jing re-taught Sheng-An how to take care of himself like a toddler. While Sheng-An stopped painting, his father YANG Qi-Lin directed Sheng-An to start drawing again by painting a rooster and Sheng-An completed it with two chicks and named the painting Hen. However, at the peak of his bipolar disorder, doctor sent Sheng-An to a mental hospital and announced there was no cure for this condition.

Slowly, Sheng-An was able to recover under his family’s great care and love and with his mother’s encouragement, climbed the Great Mt. Yellow in China and painted the scenery with calligraphic brushwork. With a group led by Professor WANG Yu-Jun from National Taiwan Normal University, Sheng-An started painting using the mountain snow water on site. He completed the painting series with the aid of his mother holding a hair dryer blowdrying his work on paper and received his graduate degree the same year. Later when Sheng-An studied aboard in Australia, he passed away after having accepted Christ Jesus.

After Sheng-An’s passing, his mother was crushed under the poignancy of this misfortune and published a book in remembrance of him, A Fiery Phoenix: My Son Sheng-An. The profits from the book sales are used to fund scholarships for aspiring artists that reflect Sheng-An's resolution in education.

The YANG Sheng-An Art Scholarship awards youth of Chinese ink painting creative contest with the YANG Sheng-AnFine Arts Award and the Art Loving Award. The scholarship funds quickly ran dry. However the scholarship is currently funded by donations from Taiwan Love 365 Art and Culture Association, as well as fromthe retirement fund of Sheng-An’s parents. We welcome donations from all to support this continuous event.


YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award
2005-2016

The YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award is named after the deceased artist YANG Sheng-An, established by his parents YANG Qi-Lin and SHENG Lian-Jing. The purpose of this art award is to encourage the continuation and sharing of Chinese ink painting and art culture, making an impact on people’s life through these charity events.

The YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award focuses onChinese ink painting creation from high school students in Taiwan.The First place received the monochrome ink and aquarene inkawarded with NT$30,000 and a trophy designed by Sheng-An’sprevious work “Friendship”. Other awards include outstanding award and excellent award and multicolor award and entrance awards, giving out a total of NT$200,000 in scholarship every year.

Starting from the fourth of the monochrome ink and aquarene ink in 2008, professor LIN Jing-Zhong, the department head of painting and calligraphy at theNational Taiwan University of Art, supported the event and helped build it to become a national exhibition, gathering hundreds of award winning painting and published them. Together with the help of professor TSAI Yu, professor LIN Jin-Tao, and professor LeeTsung-Jenprevious department heads, staff and students, rooting for ink painting art education, a goal of reaching to onethousand of students and ten years of The YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award was accomplished in 2014.

At the consideration of the founder’s health condition and lacking of funds, originally the scholarship was going to end at the tenth year mark. However, there was a donation from one of the 2014 award winners in hopes to continue The YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award. ZHANG Yi-Ren gave the NT$30,000 in addition to his own NT$30,000 savings to Taiwan Love 365 Art and Culture Association. Because of this, the founders have decided to continue with the scholarship event.


The Arts Loving Award
2007-2016

At the second annual the YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award ceremony, LIN Guo-Wei from Taichung attended in a wheelchair. He suffered from a broken spine and could not stand up in his entire life, yet his love for art pushed him to finish an 120cmx60cm Chinese ink painting. Founders YANG Qi-Lin and SHENG Lien-Jing were touched and invited musician HUANG Yu-Xiang to award him with Arts Loving Award, witnessing his unique art vitality.

Sheng-An Award was established due to the suffering he experienced with bipolar disorder, the adversity he faced in pursuing his dreams of art, and to encourage more students to enter the creative realm of Chinese ink painting. Students with special circumstances such as major disability, rare diseases and financial hardship can enter for the Art Loving Award contest, and to find their inspiration in life.

In 2007, TZENG Jin-Fang from Tainan won the Arts LovingAward with “Harbor Lifetime”, drawing with the only two fingers from her right hand. In the same year, CHU Jin-Chun with hearing impairment and CHEN Chin-Ling with a rare disease both received the ArtsLoving Award. Their grateful hearts inspired all students who attended the ceremony every year.

In 2008, YANG Sheng-Jie and KU Zhi-Ming designed the ArtsLoving Award with a Chinese ink brush trophy, in hopes that the young generation can continue to live an exuberant life, sharingtheir artistic talents, carrying the torch of life to shine on others who are in need in the future. This love is the established core value of YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award.

International Exhibition
2016-2017

Chinese ink painting, is a traditional art spread to Japan, Korean and various Asian countries, and became a unique oriental art style. Taiwan, a beautiful island named Formosa, preserved much of the Chinese cultural essence. However, the ink painting and its art are slowing being replaced by the increasing popularity of western art styles.

The YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award, established in 2005 by the name of the young artist Sheng-An Yang, encourages students to pursuit calligraphic ink painting, continuing the development of the art and preservation of the culture. In 2014, a ten-year milestone was accomplished and YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award paintings were invited to have an exhibition in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, and was well received by international travelers.

In 2015 and 2016, the 11th and 12th YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award was held. The curator, Jack Yang YANG Sheng-Chieh organized winning portraits to have a global exhibition tour. He will also hold the 2016-2017 Australia International Exhibition Tour with the help of FoGuang Shan Foundation for Buddhist Culture and Education and FoGuang Yuan Art Gallery. The exhibition will include important artworks completed by YANG Sheng-An Fine Arts Award over the 12 years it has been held, and YANG Sheng-An’s artworks, more than 30 artworks in all. Jack hopes to connect the art and culture of Taiwan with the world. If there are all kinds of funds to inject, planning to visit one international city a year, the exhibit allows other countries to view Taiwan through art and cultural exchange, and expose the world to Taiwanese youth artistic talent and creativity.

  誠摯感謝志工JarretJoella KUO及家人協力翻譯。

 

 

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楊勝安藝術生命紀念網站
Website of memorial YANG Sheng-An
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為紀念青年藝術家楊勝安老師所設的網站,並於2005年創辦勝安藝術獎全國青年水墨創作大賽,鼓勵青年學子投入水墨藝術創作,推動中華傳統水墨文化發展,以延續臺灣青年藝術家楊勝安教育英才未酬之壯志而設置。目前勝安藝術獎為台灣唯一持續專注推動高中高職學生水墨創作之藝術教育推廣活動。

社團法人台灣愛心三六五藝文關懷協會網站
Website of Love 365 Art & Culture Concern Association, TAIWAN
愛心365

勝安藝術獎因著眾人之愛匯聚茁壯,圓滿十年,為能繼續推動全國青年水墨創作大賽,完成喜歡水墨藝術學子的夢想,並關注更多社會弱勢族群,如癌症病童、特教學生、社福機構院民等等,我們於勝安藝術獎十年前夕,再次匯集眾善心人士成立社團法人台灣愛心365藝文關懷協會,繼續為圓一個孩子的夢想而努力。

Ink Taiwan臺灣水墨書畫藝術節
inktaiwan.com

台灣保存中華書畫文化之精髓,廣納世界多元文化,為彰顯台灣水墨書畫蓬渤發展,傳承東方特有之藝術脈絡,打造水墨書畫展覽、比賽徵選、筆墨紙硯文房四寶名店資訊交流平台,透過藝術文化的交流讓世人更珍惜臺灣無形文化資產,讓世界看見台灣,擴大文化觀光之範疇,歡迎各界提供各項資訊共襄盛舉。

 

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ADDRESS: NO.69 CHUNG CHENG RD,. PAN CHIAO DIST. NEW TAIPEI CITY TAIWAN R.O.C.
TEL: +886 2 2965 7111
SWIFT CODE: SCSBTWTP014
BENEFICIARY: THE CHARITY OF TAIWAN LOVE 365 ART & CULTURE CONCERN ASSOCIATION
A/C NO: 14102000027262 -----

Please tell donor information for us, Email: ananart365@gmail.com or Tel:+886 922 508 908
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