The Unusuals, Group Show, Painting Center, NYC

January 26, 2019By yeachintsaifineartNews

Yeachin Tsai’s three artworks from “Waterfall” and “Dome” series will be showing at The Painting Center this spring. The Unusuals showcases paintings that are not typical or ordinary. From the curated gallery on The Painting Center’s website, Art File, the curators have picked thirteen artists whose work embodies these attributes. They looked for the unpredictable, unexpected, unimaginable, unknowable— … Read More

Solo Show – The Musicality and Mysticism of the Mundane

January 8, 2019By yeachintsaifineartNews

– Yeachin Tsai’s ‘Winter Joy’ Exhibition, Troy, NY Robert R. Shane The cold, bleak season of winter has long stood as a metaphor for loss and death, but not so in Yeachin Tsai’s exhibition ‘Winter Joy.’ Her exuberant representational and abstract compositions sing with vitality. The exhibition’s title painting, on 12 x 12 inch panel, resounds with … Read More

Chinese Ink Painting Workshop Offered at the Art Center, Troy, NY

August 12, 2018By yeachintsaifineartNews

Traditional with a Zen Flavor: Chinese Ink Painting Series Mondays, 10/15/18-10/29/18 6:00 PM-9:00 PM, 3 Sessions Member: $100, Future Member: $120 Studio Fee: $35 Instructor: Yeachin Tsai Level: Beginner In three consecutive workshops for the beginner and intermediate ink painters, the instructor will introduce the history and development of traditional Chinese calligraphy and ink painting, … Read More

Press: Times Union – Article 13 – 4/19/2018

May 18, 2018By yeachintsaifineartNews, Review

“These paints are about gentle connections,” she wrote in her artist statement. “Community is based on sensitivity and the willingness to feel for each other.” The concept Tsai wrote in her artist statement is the goal of Article 13 installation. For detail, please read the full report: Times Union – 4/19/2018

Open Studio: Sat. June 23rd, 1-5 PM

May 13, 2018By yeachintsaifineartNews

I am having an open studio on Saturday June 23rd. Studio located on Troy’s Eastside, next to Emma Williard School. On street parking. For more detail, please contact me directly. Looking forward to seeing you! Studio Phone: (518) 308-8278 Email: Facebook Event Page: Open Studio: Jon Gernon, Jeff Wigman & Yeachin Tsai

Endless Forms Most Beautiful – Group Show

January 22, 2018By yeachintsaifineartNews, Recent Work

Exhibition news! Group show at the Scarlet Seven Gallery, downtown Troy: “Endless Forms Most Beautiful.” The ​artists’ ​reception: 1/26/2018, Fri. 6-9 PM, Troy Night Out. The address of the gallery is: 137 4th St, Troy, NY 12180 (next to the Shop restaurant.). The show’s duration is from 1/26-2/18. I am showing a whole body of … Read More

Yeachin Tsai on Her Art – Chapter 89 Magazine Interview

November 21, 2017By yeachintsaifineartNews

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. … Read More

Scarlet Seven Fine Art Gallery Inaugural Show

May 10, 2017By yeachintsaifineartNews

Scarlet Seven Fine Art Gallery opening group show in downtown Troy, New York. Reception 5/26, Friday 6 PM. Painters: David Austin, Jon Gernon, John Hampshire, Willie Marlowe, Jillian Platt, D. Jack Solomon, Yeachin Tsai, Stephen Tyson, Jeff Wigman Sculptors: Julie Branch, Susan Spencer Crowe Ceramic artist: Randi Kish You are cordially invited! Scarlet Seven Gallery website: … Read More

Foundations of Traditional Chinese Calligraphy

April 8, 2017By yeachintsaifineartNews

Foundations of Traditional Chinese Calligraphy – A Demonstration and Workshop @Union College, Friday 10:30 Am, April 28th, 2017 with Yeachin Tsai In this demonstration and workshop, artist Yeachin Tsai will introduce: – The history and origin of traditional Chinese calligraphy. – The Four Treasures of a Gentleman’s Study: An introduction to materials and tools. – Holding the brush, caring for … Read More