Jing Qin is an artist living and working in Denver, Colorado. She is Phipps Artist-in-Residence at the University of Denver where she is the Visiting Professor of Painting.
She was born and grew up in Henan province, China. She earned her MFA of Painting and Drawing from the University of Tennessee. Her work has been exhibited with galleries in Philadelphia, New York, Nashville , and many places in China. She received a merit- scholarship during the Artist in Residence in Vermont Studio Center, award and fellowship of Teaching Artist-in-Residence from Pratt and Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute, NY. Her work was selected into publications such as New American Paintings and Friend of Artist.
Jing Qin’s works are frequently figurative images which are depicted against backdrops of obscure interiors. While she develops each work instinctively, without knowing the finished result, each painting has a strong sense of narrative. She deliberately build a antagonistic narration by mixing elements from her fantasies with a commonplace of mundane world.
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