Han Meilin, left, and Chen Xiangbo, director of the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, unveil an ox sculpture Han created and donated to the museum at the exhibition opening. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Han Meilin, 84, is one of the most prolific living artists in China. He works with various mediums and styles. His creations reflect on Chinese cultural traditions in a modern context.

The World of Meilin in Shenzhen

presents a panoramic view of Han’s body of paintings, calligraphy, sculptures and designs, as well as his endeavors of creating art with various materials, such as metal, clay, dyed textiles and wood. The exhibition at the Guan Shanyue Art Museum in Shenzhen, which runs until Jan 10, offers a tour of Han’s rich spirituality in four sections.