Yin Yong Chun
Born in Liaoning Province, Northern China, in 1958, Yin Yong Chun has dedicated his life’s passion as a painter to the arts. He honed his craft as a member in the China Artist’s Association from 1979 to 1983. From 1989 to 1990, Yin Yong Chun pursued his love of painting as a postgraduate at Lu Xun Art Institute after completing his undergraduate studies in Oil painting from HaErBin Normal University. Today, Yin Yong Chun is an extraordinary talented, disciplined, and dedicated freelance, professional oil painter in New York City.
From his postgraduate studies in 1989 to the present, Yin Yong Chun’s paintings have received critical acclaim and praise. His paintings have been bought and sought after by collectors and artists alike. Demand for his work continues unabated as requests for portrait and compositional works increase every year.
Yin Yong Chun separates himself from others using refined yet unique techniques combined with the realism which so influenced by many of the European works from which he studies intensely. Using classical Western techniques combined with Asia compositional influences, he can express moving thoughts through static objects that have inherently eternal, aesthetic emotions. His paintings strive to be true to nature. As Yin Yong Chun attests, nature is the “genuine article”.
During the 1980s Chun participated in local exhibitions. In the following decade he was included in several prestigious shows. He had solo exhibitions at the World Trade Center in Beijing in 1993, 1994, and 1996, and was included in the prestigious Beijing International Expositions in 1995, 1996, and 1997. Chun displayed his work in the United States for the first time in 1999, when he had one-artist show at the World Fine Art Gallery in New York. In 2001, a joint show of his art was held at the Gallery of Graphic Arts, New York, and a solo exhibition was held at the National Arts Club, New York. In 2002, Chun participated in a group exhibition at Galerie du Monde in Hong Kong.
Yin Yong Chun’s works may be found in many important collections in the United States, Canada, Singapore, Taiwan and Europe.