17 Sep “COLORS OF THE SEASONS” AN EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS BY JING-JY CHEN, AT ARTISTS’ GALLERY AT TAYLOR’S FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 2020
Jing-Jy Chen will showcase a series of ink and watercolor paintings that explore serene and reverent seasonal landscapes with wildlife in her show, “Colors of the Seasons” at Artists’ Gallery At Taylor’s Collective; the show will run from September 29, 2020 through November 1, 2020.
Born in Tainan, Taiwan, Chen has been a longtime Howard County resident and teacher. She received her B.A. in Chinese literature from Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, Taiwan, and her M.Ed. from the University of Rochester, Rochester, New York. With her Asian heritage, free mind, wide imagination and an eye for finding nature’s internal beauty, her artwork presents a fresh expression of the world surrounding us, especially the seasonal color changes, although flowers and birds are her favorite subjects. She uses watercolor or color mixed with ink to create subtle variation shades. Her recent work involves using thick ink, thin ink, and gluey ink and colors to create texture of accidental effect. She worked as an Artist-in-Residence at Maryland schools, teaching students the techniques she uses in her paintings.
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