“Yeachin Tsai’s paintings are exuberantly au courant. They are
delightfully engaged with process and craft, transparency and movement,
and the alchemy of colors as they hover near each other or overlap to
create new hues. Their spherical shapes are believable bouyant in air or
water and veer towards optimism even when rendered in a darker palette.
As a collection, the works combine a sense of the scientific with
aesthetics that allude to, but sidestep, the genre of pop art. They are
not afraid to be alluring of playful as they address notions of physics,
chemistry, and visual perception.”
Life remains a mystery to us. The unknown territory of how life
evolves is beyond reach still. Where we are from? Where we are going?
Everyday is a blessing to me.
We can go to the moon, Mars, and other galaxy, but can we look into ourselves even deeper, and find how the mystery of our lives? History of evolution in our cell has so much information. All is marvelous.
Acrylic on rice
paper, mounted on stretched canvas. Ready to hang. Size: 37 H x 18 W x
For a day like this, may we remember love and peace. Chinese Calligraphy: “Peace, Harmony.” Original. Sumi ink on golden circle. Mounted on cream yellow background.
Written directly on Japanese Shikishi board, ready to be framed;
10.75″ by 9.5″. There are golden edges around the board. Signed with the
seal of the artist, which is an image of a bird. Purchase this piece on Etsy
Sharing a dream of universe. Stardust. Magic happens. Acrylic on watercolor
paper, mounted on stretched canvas. The surface is varnished with MSA
archival varnish to protect from dust and UV rays. Ready to hang.
Inspired by the eternal ring shape of the ancient Chinese jade. Timeless time and spaceless space. Acrylic on rice paper. Mounted on stretched canvas. Ready to hang.
WEARING A HAT OF STARS Wearing a hat of stars Riding the moon, crossing the sky, Blowing the trumpet of sadness and happiness I always remember you. (An unpublished poem by Chogyam Trungpa, composed Fall, 1976)
A dot in the space. Primordial dot. Before everything begins. Before our thoughts get complicated and tangled. Before we start getting into emotional, worried, offensive or defensive, like or dislike... A dot is a dot; a dot only. All other line and shape and form come after that. A dot is free.
Sing the songs you really want to sing, Do the things you really want to do. Life is short, Be brave, be confident, be radiant!
Sumi ink on rice paper (bamboo paper), mounted on board. The size is 9 by 10 inches. (Ready for hanging.)
The universe is keep evolving. The birth of a new planet is always happening. Acrylic on rice paper, mounted on stretched canvas. The surface is lightly varnished for UV rays and dust protection. Ready to hang. This vortex is the second of the series. Size: 18 H x 18 W x 1 in.
From Amitayurbhavana (infinite life) Sutra: "Human beings live in this world of love and desire: we born alone, die alone; come alone, go alone. When we encounter happiness or suffering, we encounter it alone. No one can feel it for us."
Sumi ink on textured Japanese mulberry paper with golden flakes. The piece itself is beige color, 18" by 28", not mounted nor framed. Signed by the artist's seal: "buddha's heart." Ready to be put into a frame.
Non-duality, "points to the idea that the universe and all its multiplicity are ultimately expressions or appearances of one essential reality." The oneness between black and white. Abstract painting Contemporary Zen Circle Series. The size is 18" x 18" x 1".
Arrives ready to hang. Painting is done with permanent gold acrylic and ink colors on rice paper, mounted on stretched canvas, finished with a light varnish layer to protect the painting from UV rays and dust. You can easily put it into any frame you desire or hang as is. Artist's signature is a round sea (against the black ground).