He established Rose House in 1990, and is the very first traditional English style tea house in Taiwan. Rose House is franchising 50 stores worldwide. At age 38, Mr. Huang devoted his full-time endeavor to the fulfillment of his aesthetic passion.
In 2010, his solo exhibition at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts was highly successful.
Mr. Huang’s paintings have also been featured in plays performed in the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, Red Rose and White Rose, directed by the renowned Chinese Director, Tien Qin-Xin. In 2011, Mr. Huang was invited by Aynsley, a Chinese manufacturer, as one of the wedding memorial chinaware designers for Prince William’s Wedding.
He has been invited for a solo exhibition, Robert Huang’s Paris’ Roses, at the Chinese Cultural Centre in Paris in April 2011, and for a solo exhibition tour in Beijing. The porcelain wares that Mr.
Huang has designed have been distributed worldwide in more than 80 countries.
Mr. Huang’s paintings have also been offered at numerous international auctions. Mr. Huang believes that art in itself exists independently from reality, and the main direction of his art has always been to explore new art forms for the modern world.
Being an entrepreneur turned artist, he painted an artistic legend through his earnest pursuit of romance and love.
He believes that romance and love exist not only in his work, nor do they exist only in the works of poets, artists, but in the hearts of anyone who is willing to seek out that rose eternal in all mankind. There are 50 Rose House branches worldwide.