A Study on the Visual Images of Lotus Ink-Painting
Ming Fun Yip 2  
Sean Wu 3
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Graduate Institute of Cultural & Creative Design, Tung Fang Design University, Kaohsiung, TAIWAN
College of Teacher Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, TAIWAN
Department of Digital Game and Animation Design, Tung Fang Design University, Kaohsiung, TAIWAN
Department of Fine Arts, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, TAIWAN
Ming Fun Yip   

College of Teacher Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan
Online publication date: 2017-10-03
Publication date: 2017-10-03
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(10):6697–6703
The purpose of this study is to explore the visual images of lotus ink-painting of visitors and to investigate the gender, age difference. The participant who attended 2016 Hsieh, Yi-E Lotus Ink-painting exhibition. The sample consisted 199 (male: 68, female: 131; age between 18~24 undergraduate student) valid questionnaires had been collected. Results indicate that: A Lotus Ink-painting of “Zen Sit “has the most Phlegmatic (t=-17.380, p=.000), Sorrowful (t=-9.999, p=.000) Meditation (t=-18.783, p=.000), Lonely (t=-10.803, p=.000) Plain (t=-18.747, p=.000) feeling. A Lotus Ink-painting of “Red Lotus” has the most Passionate (t=30.259, p=.000), Abundant (t=24.438, p=.000), Untrammeled (t=24.235, p=.000), Liberated (t=18.187, p=.000), Foison (t=21.306, p=.000) feeling. Gender and age difference do interaction significantly influence the visual images of lotus ink-painting. An artist can adopt the visual images of lotus ink-painting concluded form this study to understand the feelings of visitors on the lotus ink-painting.
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