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Yueying Zhong

1960 China
1960: Shenyang.
1985: Beijing.
1995-present: Corte Madera, Marin County.
1980-1984: BA in Fine Arts, Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, China
1985-1986: MA in Fine Arts, Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, China
Selected Works:
Water Village, 1994. Paint.
Grand Canyon, 2007. Ink and mineral pigment on paper, 212 x 38 in.
Zhong, Yue ying. Original Art. 1991.
Artist Biography:
Both an intellectual and a painter, Yue-ying Zhong established himself in the Chinese art community for his delicate brush strokes that document his emotions on canvas. He made his debut as an artist in 1979 when his local newspaper in China published one of his paintings. He has since remained a strong figure in the field of Chinese ink painting. In his post-college years, he worked as an associate professor at the Luxun Academy and published over 70 academic papers featured by many Asian periodicals, as well writing four books. Inspired by an ancient Chinese phrase, Yubi yumo, which promotes contemplating the correlation between the artistic process and the personal existence. Zhong’s philosophy leads to his production of paintings comprised of individualized, expressive marks. He is widely celebrated in China and the United States for his abstracted images that are saturated with colors that evoke the spiritual strength of his work.
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