Liang Dan-Fong (1935-) was born in Nanjing，China and studied at the National Hangchow Academy of Art (now the China Academy of Art) . For a time she was the associate dean oft he School of Design at Ming Chuan University . One feature of her painting style is that she specializes in painting on tour—she has covered locations in famous Cities and Wildareas around the world . In Taiwan，she was one of the early female practitioners of self-guided tourism and painting . She has won a National Award for Arts, a Ministry of Education Literature and Arts Award，Golden Goblet Award from the Chinese Painting Association，etc . In 2003，at the invitation of Taiwan Soka Association，she held an exhibition，"Brush on a Lonely March — Paintings from Life by Liang Dan-Fong ."
LO Fong(1937一) was born in Changsha，Hunan and grew up in awell - educated family . After graduating from the Dept.of Fine Arts at National Taiwan Normal University，she taught for more than 40years，during which time she cultivated countless talented students . Due to early influence from Huang Chun-pi，Pu Hsin-yu，Liao Chi-chun，and others，her art is grounded on reality but is not limited in terms of material，and it is stylistically vigorous . In 1981，at the invitation of the National Museum of History，she joined up with Chang Ta-chien and other masters to paint the immense Everlasting Spring on the PreciousIsle . She was the only female artist participating in the project . To explore art at greater depth，she went to the United States several times for advanced study，and she blended the techniques and concepts arising from the collision between Eastern and Western culture into her modern ink painting，with a multilayered style that matches the spirit of our times . In 2013 invited by Soka exhibited in title of "Plowing the Sentiment of Truth — The Solo Exhibition of Modern Ink Painting by LO Fong ."
Chou Cheng (1941-) was born in Yilan County. At 14 he enrolled in the Pa-Liu Association for Calligraphy and Painting in Toucheng and studied poetry and painting under Kang Tsai-shan. When he was studying in the Dept. of Fine Arts at National Taiwan Normal University, he assisted Chiang Chao-shen, from whom he studied calligraphy, painting, seal-carving, literature, history, and poetry. Chou’s seal carvings won a First Prize in the 7th National Fine Arts Exhibition as well as a Chung Shan Literature and Art Award. His ink paintings meanwhile have won First Prize in the Kundao Landscape Exhibition. Through his study of stone and bronze inscriptions and seal engraving, he takes into consideration the techniques of both the brush and the knife in his calligraphy and attaches importance to the aesthetics of character forms, which explains how his calligraphy shows such openness and vigor. In 2016 was invited by Soka to hold the exhibition in name of “An Art-nurtured Life, Chou Cheng’s Calligraphy Paintings & Seal Type.”
A-Sun Wu (1942-) was born in Yilan County. His childhood memories of the countryside, plus experience of living in the primeval forest with an aboriginal tribe for a long period of time since 1970’s, have influenced the direction of his art. After graduating from National Taiwan Normal University in 1968, he went to study art at the Complutense University of Madrid in 1971. Using the powerful colors of red, white, and black, symbolic of life, peace, and strength, and time-worn wooden surfaces, he expresses the conflicts and compromises between traditional ways of life and civilization, as well as his respect for the traditional ways of life. In 2009, at the invitation of Taiwan Soka Association, he had an exhibition entitled, “The Inspiration from the Primitive World: A-Sun Wu’s Creative Works of Primitive Energy.”
陳東元 (1953-) 出生於宜蘭縣。中學受水彩畫家藍蔭鼎影響，開始以周遭鄉野景物 為繪畫題材。大學就讀國立臺灣師範大學美術系期間，先後受業於徐寶琳、李焜 培，並曾獲得全國美展水彩及多次師生系展第一名。他的畫筆下，農村景致甚至山野峡谷，都散發著土地及萬物間和諧的溫潤情感。2012 年應創價邀請，展出「心 繫台灣．胸懷大地—陳東元個展」。
Chen Tung-Yuan (1953-) was born in Yilan County. In high school he was influenced by the watercolorist Ran In-ting (Lan Yin-ting) and began to paint the scenes and objects around him. During his time studying in the Dept. of Fine Arts at National Taiwan Normal University, he was taught in turn by Hsu Pao-lin and Lee Quan-Pui, and he won First Prize in watercolor in the National Fine Arts Exhibition as well as several departmental exhibitions. Under his brush, farming villages, rural scenes, even large vistas of mountains and canyons, exude the warm feeling of harmony between the earth and all its creatures. In 2012, Chen was invited by Soka, and exhibited in title of “Embracing the Land in His Heart: A Solo Exhibition of Chen Tung-Yuan”.