.Lin Yuan is an eclectic artist in terms of subject matter. His previous exhibitions at Zee Stone Gallery have been of miniature nudes, urban scenes in mainland China,
and the landscape and architecture of Tibet..
Lin Yuan’s latest series of paintings features the nude female figure by Lin Yuan,
in his characteristic style of broad brush strokes of thickly layered paint,
resulting in a surprisingly accurate image
Lin Yuan’s Tibet paintings depict the landscape and monasteries of Tibet, the result of several long journeys to the high plateau.
The artist uses broad brushstrokes of thick layers of paint to capture the sweep of the landscape and heavy mass of the buildings.
A first-time visitor to Tibet is immediately struck by the intensity of the light, and Lin Yuan illustrates this particularly well,
the brilliant blue sky contrasting with the ochre and whitewash of the buildings.
|1959||Born in Jilin, China|
|1983||Graduated from Oil Painting Faculty, Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, Shenyang|
|1990||Painting selected for First National Oil Painting Fine Art Exhibition and awarded Bronze Medal|
|1993||Chinese Oil Painting Exhibition, Los Angeles|
|1995||15 miniature paintings selected for China Art Fair, Beijing|
|2009||"Urban Big Eye Series ",Zee Stone Gallery,Hong Kong|
|2012||"Light of TIbetan Paintings" ,Zee Stone Gallery,Hong Kong|