Friday, September 29, 2017

Waterfall of the Mind

The waterfall is continuously running in the dark night. A painting with the silent sound of gold. In any meditative practice, we might be able to see our thoughts running just like the waterfall. The bubbling busy mind... Is there a gap of peace sometimes?
I am very pleased to be part of the show "Aquachrome" at the Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. Opening today. Please go to Manifest Gallery website for details.

Acrylic with metallic paint on gessoed ground canvas. Ready to hang.
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Monday, September 25, 2017

A Quiet Conversation

A quiet conversation between the two entities. A gentle mingle in the dark night. Iridescent acrylic colors on rice paper, mounted on stretched canvas. Ready to hang.
Keywords: purple, conversation, ying and yang, dialogue, iridescent, momentum, night

Sunday, September 24, 2017

The Precision of Things

The precision of things. The clarity and certainty in everything we do. Nothing is frivolous. Nothing is extra. Keep it clean and sharp, simple and profound. The circle has no beginning or end.

Iridescent purple blue acrylic color on wood panel. Ready to hang.

Saturday, September 23, 2017


Modern still life painting of ancient Chinese motif. The pure satisfaction and content from looking at the mundane objects in life is truly rewarding! Acrylic on canvas. Mounted on wood panel. Ready to hang. 

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  • Friday, September 22, 2017

    Birds' Migration 01

    Fall is here. The season of birds' migration begins. It is always a moving, beautiful experience to see them flying south every year. The wind is beneath their wings. The order and pattern are forever an inspiration.

    Acrylic on canvas. 28 x 56 inches. Ready to hang.

    Monday, September 11, 2017

    Yeachin Tsai on Her Art - Chapter 89 Online Magazine Interview

    CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why?
    YT: I do many different types of work. If I try to categorize them, I would say they are mainly abstract, but rooted in tradition, and informed by nature.
    CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from?
    YT: Mostly nature. And of course the energy patterns in nature.
    CH.89: Can you talk a little bit about what your creative thought process is like when starting a new project/ piece of artwork?
    YT: I start from a mind vision most of the time. In other words, the images are born already; they just need to be shown.
    CH.89: Is there anything in particular that you would want people to take from your artwork?
    YT: I hope people can get in touch with a vast space when they see my artwork—a gap in our crowded, tangled mind......

    To read the full interview, to to: Chapter 89 online contemporary art magazine.