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Oiyee At Oystudio

Art by Oiyee Tai

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The two sides of me...

My sumi paintings are essentially monochromatic. I find boundless freedom in expressing myself through different shades of black, white and grey. I love to use minimal strokes capturing the essence while leaving enough white space for the viewer's imagination. That stems from the Taoist thinking - sometimes not doing anything is action in itself.
Like My Facebook Page (Chinese art)
My website: http://www.oystudio.com/ (Chinese Art)

With acrylic, watercolor and oil, I feel like a 4 year old child rolling on the floor coating myself with all the different colors I love. Unlike my Chinese ink paintings, I fill the canvas with so much color that it might be suffocating for you but I am having so much fun I just want to share it with you too.
Like my Facebook Playful Art Page
My website: http://www.oystudio.com/playful (Playful Western Art)

The two sides of me...

My sumi paintings are essentially monochromatic. I find boundless freedom in expressing myself through different shades of black, white and grey. I love to use minimal strokes capturing the essence while leaving enough white space for the viewer's imagination. That stems from the Taoist thinking - sometimes not doing anything is action in itself.
Like My Facebook Page (Chinese art)
My website: http://www.oystudio.com/ (Chinese Art)

With acrylic, watercolor and oil, I feel like a 4 year old child rolling on the floor coating myself with all the different colors I love. Unlike my Chinese ink paintings, I fill the canvas with so much color that it might be suffocating for you but I am having so much fun I just want to share it with you too.
Like my Facebook Playful Art Page
My website: http://www.oystudio.com/playful (Playful Western Art)