Chinese Scroll

Translation of Calligraphy and Poem

Levels of mountains from near to far
Showing four seasons
With water flowing through so long
Fresh vegetable gardens and gold digging
Carrying people's hope to become rich and healthy

Commissioned by Orange City Council for the Watermarks Exhibiton

Memory of 19th Century Chinese settlement
In the Orange area
This year 2005 spring season from Green House nature studio
Created by artist Tao Hu

20 years ago she settled in Sydney.

In 1981 she was invited by the Government of Mainland China for a panting to join 73 Countries to represent China at the UN art exhibition.
She has completed more than 60 public artworks.
And won prizes, among others are the Nature museum of Bejing, Tokyo Art Gallery and NSW art gallery.
Her work has collected by William Bowmore A.O. O.B.E. (portrait) and Prince William (book cover) Chinese Government Cultural Department (watercolour) Sydney Council and others.
In 2003 Tao completed a 10 meter scroll of Chinese water colour for Lithgow Iron Festival.
In 2005 Tao completed a Chinese water colour for presentation to Bob Carr for Sydney Chinese Express newspaper.
She is an Exhibition member of the Royal Art Society NSW.
Tao has many Solo and Group Exhibitions in China, USA, France, Japan and Australia.