In loving memory 1966 - 2016
Reading a painting just like a poem.
I create a picture with a poem’s feeling.
I paint a picture just like composing a poem.
With only few words, it flows.
Kay H. Lin is an abstract painter. Her technically rich and spiritually engaging works take their place as a unique voice that crosses boundaries to unite Western and Eastern influences.
For the past 20 years, Ms. Lin has lived and worked in New York. She graduated with a BFA from the Taiwan National University of the Arts with a major in Painting and minor in Printmaking. She also earned a Masters degree from New York University with a major in Painting and minor in Multimedia. Her works have been shown in the Chelsea Art Museum, Taipei Cultural Center, Kuandu Museum in Taipei, Frost Art Museum in Miami, Moscow Museum of Modern Art and collected throughout Asia, Europe and the U.S.
Artist Web Sitehttp://www.kayhlin.com
|Exhibition History at Gallery 456|
|2005||KAY H. LIN|
|Works & History|
“Wanderlust”, Chiayi Museum, Chiayi, Taiwan :: press release :: photos
“Idyll”, Robert Steele Gallery, Chelsea, NY
“Lost Horizon”, Kuandu Museum, Taipei, Taiwan :: press release :: photos
“endless”, Robert Steele Gallery, Chelsea, NY :: press release :: photos
“Drawing Live Music”, Grant Gallery, Soho, NY :: press release :: photos
“Path Through”, Chinese American Arts Council, Soho, NY
“Through Horizon”, Grant Gallery, Soho, NY
“Exchange”, Grant Gallery, Soho, NY
“Inside Out”, Gallery 456, Soho, NY
“Through Logic”, 80 Washington E. Gallery, New York, NY
“Pass”, NYU Rosenberg Gallery, New York, NY
“Raising the Temperature”, Queens Museum, Queens, NY :: press release :: photos
“Mediation in Contemporary Landscape”, Center for the Arts, Towson, MD :: press release
“Taiwan Discovered”, Frost Art Museum, Miami, FL :: press release :: photos
Chelsea Art Museum, Chelsea, NY :: photos
Taipei Cultural Center (TECO), Midtown, NY :: photos
THE Gallery at Elga Wimmer, Chelsea, NY
THE Gallery at Papoos, Downtown, NY
“Interpreting Music”, Sumi NY, Soho, NY
“International Woman’s Day”, Grant Gallery, Soho, NY
“We Will Never Forget”, Grant Gallery, Soho, NY
“Abstract Dialogues”, Amerasia Art Gallery, Queens, NY
“Mountain Series”, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY
“Gallery Artists”, Grant Gallery, Soho, NY
Nurtureart Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
"Inside Out Drawings”, Pace University Gallery, New York, NY
"Dessert”, Virginia Gallery, Long Island, NY
NYU Rosenberg Gallery, New York, NY