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Yen-Ching Chang

 

Yen-Ching Chang, Magic City, 6" x 6", Oil on panel - $600 Yen-Ching Chang, Natural Bridges State Beach, 8" x 11", Oil on panel - $1050 Yen-Ching Chang, Santa Cruz Beach, 9" x 12", Oil on panel - $1200
Yen-Ching Chang, Shoreline Lake, Mountain View, 7" x 9", Oil on canvas - $900 Yen-Ching Chang, Shoreline Park, Mountain View, 6" x 6", Oil on panel - $700 Yen-Ching Chang, Washington Square SF, 9" x 7", Oil on canvas - $850
Yen-Ching Chang, Boats at Moss Landing, 6" x 6", Oil on panel - $700 Yen-Ching Chang, Getting Ready, 36" x 24", Oil on linen - $5400
Yen-Ching Chang, A Girl with Headscarf, 16" x 12", Oil on panel - $2150 <span style="color:red;">SOLD</span> Yen-Ching Chang, Peaches and Grapes, 10" x 14", Oil on panel
Yen-Ching Chang, Young Lady, 14" x 11", Oil on panel - $2100 Yen-Ching Chang, Autumn, 8" x 8", Oil on linen - $900 Yen-Ching Chang, Dress, 14" x 11", Oil on linen - $2100
Yen-Ching Chang, Sunset at San Jose Park, 5" x 7", Oil on panel - $650 Yen-Ching Chang, Ballet Dancer, 16" x 12", Oil on canvas - $2150
Yen-Ching Chang, Song of the Ocean, 8" x 8", Oil on linen - $850 Yen-Ching Chang, Expressive, 20" x 16", Oil on canvas - $3200

 

Yen-Ching Chang: Artist Biography

Yen-Ching Chang was born in Taiwan in 1980. She received her BFA in Design from the Chinese Culture University in 2001. Because of her love for painting, she started learning the foundation of drawing and painting and was instructed by her mentor Yimaukun in Taiwan from 2007 to 2009. In 2012, she got her MFA degree in Figurative Painting from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco.

Yen-Ching Chang has five years of art teaching experience as a private teacher at her own atelier and as a public school teacher. Her paintings are both reflections on and celebrations of life, and she enjoys the challenge and freedom of painting from life. Yen-Ching seeks to bring out the artistic spirit within her subjects and strives to express the feelings and emotions she experiences from daily life through her representational paintings.

The main body of Yen-Ching’s work lies in the field of portraiture and figurative painting. When she paints, she connects with her subjects through careful study and observation. She sees visual storytelling as one of the bridges of communication between her and the viewers. Yen-Ching’s goal with work is nothing less than to touch the viewers’ hearts.

Artists from the late 19th century inspire Yen-Ching greatly. Her favorite artists are Ilya Repin (1844-1930), Thomas Eakins (1844-1916), Jules Bastien-Lepage (1848-1884), Giacomo Favretto (1849-1887), Antonio Mancini (1852-1930), John Singer Sargent (1856-1952), Isaac Levitan (1860-1900), Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923), Valentin Serov (1865-1911) and Nicolai Fechin (1881-1955).