Liang Jianhong, male, of Han ethnicity, received artistic guidance from the renowned Lingnan painter and calligrapher Mr. Yuan Weiqiang. He graduated from South China Art University in 1988 and holds a senior professional title. He is a member of various art associations, including the Guangdong Calligraphy and Painting Research Association, the Guangdong Calligraphers and Painters Association, the Guangdong Couplets Society Calligraphy and Painting Club, the Guangdong State-Owned Enterprise Calligraphy and Painting Association, the Guangdong Traditional Culture Promotion Association Calligraphy and Painting Club, and the Guangzhou Workers Calligraphy and Painting Association. He also holds membership in the Guangzhou Lingnan National Painting Academy and serves as the Vice Chairman of the Guangzhou Enlightenment Artists Association.
In the 1970s, he received guidance from renowned Lingnan artists such as Yuan Weiqiang, Gu Weiguo, Huang Haotang, and others. He furthered his education in calligraphy and painting at the Guangdong Xiuxiu Art School and the calligraphy and seal cutting classes organized by the Provincial Calligraphers and Painters Association. He received guidance from notable teachers such as Huang Wenkuan, Huang Anren, Shan Baiqin, Shang Chengzuo, Li Quzhai, Zeng Jingchong, Zhou Shujian, and Yao Yongquan.
Liang Jianhong’s artistic philosophy is to draw inspiration from ancient classics, striving to use classical techniques in ink and brushwork to express the spirit of the times and his unique personal style. His works have participated in various provincial, municipal, and district-level calligraphy and painting competitions, earning numerous awards. Additionally, his calligraphy and painting pieces have been published in various publications, including “Education Literature Digest,” “China Couplets Newspaper,” “Guangdong TV Weekly,” “Qian Dao Daily,” “Guangzhou Daily,” “Yangcheng Evening News,” “Travel Cultural,” “State-Owned Enterprise Clean Wind,” “Guangzhou Safety Production,” “Enlightenment Artists,” and “Guangdong Calligraphers and Painters.”
Currently, he teaches at several educational institutions and provides guidance to students who have achieved outstanding results in calligraphy and painting competitions organized by municipal and district-level education bureaus.