Wenbo (Glendon) Guo
Glendon Guo uses mixed-media techniques to capture all kinds of internal connections in the real world, and represents them as visual languages. In his mind, all beings interact and correlate with others. All the interactions and relationships address the existence of the matters. In his work, Guo is making the connections into physical or visual information and calling attention to them.
Born in a traditional Chinese family, Guo is greatly influenced by traditional Chinese art formats. With ten years of practicing Chinese ink wash painting and calligraphy, he utilizes the Chinese philosophy in almost all of his work, such as the idea of balance and the idea of empty space in many of his pieces. In 2016, Guo attended University of Rochester and majored in Studio Arts, Math and Digital Media Studies. After attending college in the United States, he began studying the interaction of rational logic and sensitive perception and started working on mixed-media formats.
2016 - now
University of Rochester, Bachelor of Science on Math
University of Rochester, Bachelor of Art on Studio Arts, Digital Media Studies
Suzanne J. O'Brien Book Award, Iota Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and College at the
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA
Anékdota, Asis Gallery, Rochester, NY, USA
Multiples, Asis Gallery, Rochester, NY, USA
Paintallation, Asis Gallery, Rochester, NY, USA
Inward <-> Outward, Frontispace, Rochester, NY, USA
SA 131 : Introduction to Painting, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA