Andy Yang was born in Malaysia in 1973.
He is a multi-disciplinary artist known for his abstract visual and sound experimentations.
His watercolor works are the envy of many artists, as watercolour technique is unforgiving and he managed to achieve brush almost with perfection.
Andy’s oil painting on canvas is no mean feat either, managing to capture nature with depth and movement.
Andy Yang presents new ink works using Japanese ink, long wolf hair and sable brush and intermittently pen nib for contrast. He chose cotton hot press paper for its smoothness.
The speed and intent determine pressure of brushstrokes. There is a time to deliver swift strokes but also to take into consideration that slower bold strokes anchor the composition.