Wang Xin

Born in 1989, Nanjing City of Jiangsu Province, China. In 2011, she graduated with a bachelor degree from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. She earned her master’s degrees on oil painting and theory research also from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 2014. Her works embody an exquisitely serene melancholy. Using female nudes as her agent, she spreads her soul openly and sincerely on the canvas. The woman’s soul and mind is able to breathe, and silently they dance freely on the canvas; they are pure, but also saturated with piquant individualities. Her paintings are elegant and dignified, and that sentiment within seems to be exclusive to female painters; and this exact profundity suggests that her sensibility and expressions are beyond the normal caliber of her age.

The foundation of her painting skills is sound and evinces fine exactness in portraying the human body. Whether the naked females are coiled up or recumbent, there is a certain difficulty in capturing how these postures are performed; however, Wang Xin manages to invigorate these images with grace and nature. Her oil paint style is that of a reserved use of colors; with her fine control and duplicating layers, her work is rendered alive and rich. She is adept at manipulating the change of light to produce a mystical aura, one that juxtaposes reality and illusion, which are the perfect parallel of her emotions.