Peng Wei is currently working as professional artist at the Beijing Fine Art Academy and member of the China Fine Arts Association. She is best known for her delicate ink paintings on silk and paper in modern style. Combining imagery of traditional literati painting with modern forms and expressions of the everyday life, Peng Wei’s art not only commemorates a bygone era of the scholarly tradition but also represents the subtle elegance and refinement of contemporary culture. Peng is particularly troubled by the increasing popularity of Western clothing and styles among women throughout China, and she therefore aims to reassert and continue Chinese traditions through her thoughtful employment of classical ink and color painting. Her intricate renderings of pagodas, landscapes, trees, and other decorative motifs appear upon a variety of fashion-related items, in a seamless fusion of past and present. Her works have been invited to be exhibited in Paris, New York, Hong Kong and Beijing and are held in international private collections. Her works have been collected by the National Art Museum of China, the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the Guangdong Art Museum, the He Xiangning Art Museum, the M+ Museum, the Uli Sigg Collection, the DSL Collection and many more.