Talking Hands

A group exhibition of the Asian American Women Artists Alliance
at A.I.R. Gallery, 511 W 25 Street, NYC, July 20 - August 7, 2004

Yeachin Tsai, Landscape, 2003, Ink on Silk mounted on paper, 17" x 22"
Ink on silk mounted on paper
17" x 22", 2003

Yeachin Tsai

Born and raised in Taiwan, Yeachin Tsai received her BFA at the National Taiwan Normal University, and her MFA at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. Deeply influenced by traditional Chinese brush painting and calligraphy, she experiments with material and color to characterize modern western painting. She approaches her art making in the same Zen spirit in which she approaches life combining a sense of openness, spontaneity and energy. She utilizes paper and silk fabric in her paintings, and she experiments with various techniques in printmaking. Yeachin uses art to convey feelings she has experienced in life and incorporates her impression of nature and emotion. Yeachin's works has been internationally shown in numerous group and solo exhibitions. She was twice selected in the International Print Center New York/New Prints Program in 2004. Her work is in private and public collection including The Art Student League of New York, New York Public Library, and collectors from Europe, United States and Asia. She lives and works in New York City.

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