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Gallery Of Paitings By Qiang Huang - China
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Qiang Huang - China
Qiang Huang (pronounced Chong Wang) was born in Beijing, China, and currently lives in Austin, Texas.
His passion for art at the age of adolescence is heavily influenced by his uncle, Hong Nhu Huang, a professional artist and artistic coach.
For various reasons, he could not go to professional art institutes, but instead studied science and technology.
He moved to the United States in 1985, a Ph.D. in physics in 1993, and began a career in optical engineering.
Meanwhile, she was active in local art communities.
He developed classes and workshops for his further development of artistic skills.
He studied with well-known artists such as David Leaflet, Sherry McGraw, Scott Burdick, and Caroni Anderson.
In the summer of 2012, she went to school at the University of the Arts Academy in San Francisco and studied with renowned renowned artist Zhaoming Wu.
Qiang is a guest artist with Putnian painters and has repeatedly painted with the contemporary art masters of art, Richard Schmidt and Nancy Gozik.
Qiang's paintings are known for the precision and stroke of the visual brush
He is a signatory of American oil painters.
Qiang is represented by the InSight Gallery in Fredericksburg, the Fine Arts Gallery in Austin, and the Fine Arts Gallery of Martha Strophard in Falls Marble, Texas.
Qiang is also a daily painter.
He displays his updated work on his blog and sells his paintings on online auctions. Qiang uses the Internet effectively and shares his ideas and techniques about his art journey and his thoughts and feelings about the world on his blog.
Thousands of artists follow their drawing blogs and regularly communicate with Chiang.
He has remained in the field of painting since 2008 and has trained online businesses.
Using his training in technical fields, his training is well organized, informative and easy.
Many artists have participated in their workshops several times and have made remarkable progress in their art.
The American Journal of Art and Education magazine used workshop magazine in the summer of 2009 and its art was featured again in April 2014 artist magazine.

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