Ywing Ming Jyang is a graduate of the National College
of Arts & Crafts in Taiwan. At the same time she was a private student
of Master Chen Tan Chen who had studied with the same master as the renowned
painter Ch'i Pai-Shih. She later exhibited with Master Chen Tan Chen.
Her works have been shown in juried exhibitions and private
galleries in the United States, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Japan. She is equally
skilled in designing buildings, furniture, fabrics, brush painting and
teaching. Her works are reproduced and sold by her Fine Arts publishing
house throughout the world.
She views nature and then transforms it into a symbolic
language storing it in the garden of her mind. When the time is right
she uproots the information in her mind's garden and plants it on silk
or paper transformed by the dynamic energy of ch'i-shih.
She records a realism raised to the level of idealism. A
profoundly significant fragment of eternity. She records with generalized
and richly symbolic forms, not just a single confrontation with nature,
but an accumulation of experiance touched off by one magic moment. Her
classical purity, disipline, sensitive touch and clear-cut composition
has caught the spirit of chinese art without being it's slave.
The artist continues a tradition from accross the centuries
within the framework of established rules. She administers her creativity
not by starting anew on her own and throwing away all history, but by
continuing the sucsession of creative acts. She achieves excellence within
the same system where the chinese masters were judged, and with her own
unique vision, carries the tradition forward into the 21st century.