TingTing Hsu (b.Taipei, Taiwan, 1977) resides in Princeton, New Jersey, and works primarily with oil paints. She received her MFA degree from the New York Academy of Art. Her works had been widely exhibited at Mattatuck Museum, CT, The Sturt Haaga Gallery, CA, Sotheby’s New York, Wilkinson Gallery, New York, Monmouth Museum, NJ, Fusion art gallery, Palm Springs, etc.
In 2022, she was the recipient of the Bucks County Herald Award 93rd Phillips' Mill Annual Juried Art Show, as well as the Second Prize - Hightstown Plein Air and Third Place - "Painting Our Town AOY Art Center. Additionally, Honorable Mention for the Conroe Art League's Spring Judged Show in 2021. Professor Hsu teaches classes across the world, in-person and online.
As an artist, I am driven by my passion for nature and the cultural environment that surrounds us. I see beauty in the colors and textures that make up our world, and I am inspired to bring these elements to life in my artwork.
My background as a graphic designer has instilled in me a love of repetition and patterns, which I often incorporate into my pieces. I believe that repetition can create a sense of harmony and balance, adding to the overall impact of my work.
Through my use of vibrant colors and intricate textures, I aim to evoke a sense of wonder and appreciation for the natural world. I believe that art has the power to transform the way we see and experience our environment, and I am committed to using my talent to bring this transformation to life.
In my art, I aim to create a connection between the viewer and the subject, encouraging them to see the world in a new and more beautiful light. Whether through bold brush strokes or subtle details, I strive to create work that is both visually striking and emotionally impactful.
In conclusion, my work is a celebration of the beauty and diversity of nature and the cultural environment, and an invitation to look closer, appreciate and connect with the world around us.