Heshi YU

(1935 - )
Heshi Yu was born in China in 1935 and had his primary art education at the department of Fine Arts of Taiwan Normal University. He went on to continue his studies at L'Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris where he has his first one-man show at the Galerie de l'Universite. In 1968, he moved to New York and devoted himself to creation. A work of 1970s was selected by Lincoln Center to make a serigraph to celebrate the bicentenary of America. Multiple materials, acrylic and ink, used in his works; Through the concept to modern painting, Mr. Yu blended the find art's tradition of Chinese and Western. He created his unique style and became one of the most attentive Chinese painters active in New York art world. Yu's original style of painting is well known and widely sought, for its abstract beauty. His work successfully combines geometric and figurative images in the artist's own innovative manner, creating a new dimension of visual, as well as emotional pleasure, portraying a happy beautiful world, peaceful and serene. The demand for Yu's work has been increasing steadily and his paintings are included in many important private collections and galleries throughout the world. He continues to showcase his work in exhibition in Taiwan, China, Japan, Europe and USA. Heshi Yu information was retrieved from Ravenel International Art Group - Artist Biography.