At the age of ten, he began painting in watercolors, as well as other mediums. Hsin-Yao Tseng was born in Taipei Taiwan in 1986. He was born to be an artist.To see important ads, turn off your ad blocker! Article continued below:
This activity at such an early age was self-inspired and self-taught. It gave Hsin-Yao insights into the foundation he would need to excel in producing work to the standards he expected.
He received his B.F.A of Fine Art Painting from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco in 2009. The subjects he chooses to explore include landscapes, the figure and still-life using bright color and expressive brush-strokes.
The word “explore” is chosen purposely to describe Hsin-Yao’s artistic drive and evolution as a fine artist. He will experiment with technique using his medium to accentuate the intrinsic personality of his subjects and themes.
An urban scene will be expressed in a more organic, edgy manner causing him to use his medium in a bit more aggressive and spontaneous fashion…
Wwhile painting figure requires a more gentle and cautious hand.
Hsin-Yao is representing by Waterhouse Gallery, in Santa Barbara and The Legacy Gallery, in Scottsdale, Insight Gallery in Fredericksburg, The Garden Gallery in Half Moon Bay, Christian Daniels Gallery in San Francisco, CA and the Howard/Mandvile Gallery in Kirkland.
His dedication and passion for painting has never been stronger as he continues to paint and think outside the boundaries.
About painting techniques that artists commonly use. Oil Painting: This technique involves using pigments mixed with drying oils, typically linseed oil, to create artworks. Oil paints offer a wide range of colors, textures, and blending capabilities.
Acrylic paints are water-based and use acrylic polymers as binders. They dry quickly and can be layered, creating a variety of effects. Acrylic paints are known for their versatility and durability.
Watercolors consist of pigments suspended in a water-based solution. This technique involves layering transparent washes of color to create delicate and translucent effects.
Pastels are dry pigments mixed with a binder, often in stick form. Artists use pastels to create soft, blended colors by applying and smudging the pigments on paper or another textured surface.
Hsin-Yao, Mixed Media.
This technique involves combining various materials and mediums in a single artwork. Artists may use a combination of paint, collage, ink, charcoal, or other materials to create their desired effect.
Please note that these are just a few examples of painting techniques, and there are many more approaches and styles employed by different artists.
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