Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Nancy Yang

Peaceful Morning © Nancy Yang
Name: Nancy Yang
Bio:  Taiwanese native Nancy Yang came to America when he professor father took up a two-year stint at Berkeley; Nancy stayed when the family returned to Taiwan, to garner a B.A. and M.A, in mathematics at the School of Arts & Sciences University of California, Berkeley. This degree led to her becoming in the fullness of time Analyst, Department of Computer Services 1979 – 1983, State University of New York at Purchase; followed by becoming Director, Department of Computer Services 1983 – 1996.
When Nancy retired from this onerous position she returned to art. Starting with watercolour under the tutelage of P.J. Steadman, she took workshops with Daniel Green, turned full time to pastel, and studied with Wende Caporale and Rae Smith. Nancy is a member of the North American Pastel Artists Association, the Pastel Society of America,  Audubon Artists Inc., Pastel Society of Spain, and is currently President of Pastel Association of Taiwan.
Nancy has been represented in numerous exhibitions, including international shows in the US, Taiwan, China, and Spain, where she has twice won the Artemiranda Award. Nancy was profiled by Wende Caporale in the December/January issue of International Artist (Issue 100).
Medium: Pastel
Subjects: Landscape, Figurative, Water.
Style: Representational.
Navigation: Easy to navigate; but the full extent of the page is not used, as each page opens within a scrollable frame.
Gallery: The website lists two pages under “Art” at the left side of the page; this is diverged into Inland Art and Seascape Art at the bottom of the page.
Image View:  Thumbnails are labelled with dimension and price. There are no enlargements possible, and while the thumbnails can be downloaded, they may not. And anyway, they are unfortunately too small for this. The only way you can get to see larger images is on her page in FineArtAmerica. And you can’t download from here either – I used the Prt Sc function in order to be able to show you an image on this blog.
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