Lin Hsin-Chen

Lin Hsin-Chen

Lin Hsin-Chen

Taiwan

Born and grown up in Taiwan, I am a fiber artist and an independent curator who has been devoting to creation, organizing exhibitions and teaching for 20 years. I often lead students or groups to work together on large-sized collective works. Global environmental issues are always my concerns so I put my observation and reflection into my works.

 

Art quilts are creations of integration encompassed a culture of life. I put all my effort into expanding my horizons to achieve the goal for design and make every detail well-connected to one another. To go beyond the limitation, sometimes I have to break the given standards to pursue the ultimate spirit.

 

Needles and threads are like my mentors; they lead me to absorb and mature. My thoughts and feelings are well-expressed in various forms and beyond boundaries through the narrative talents of works.

 

The unlimited inspirations of Nature are my ideas for creation. I love to play with various kinds of fabric prints. Exploring possibilities of combination always brings me new visions. I comprehend the delicate sentiment of every stitched fabric; it is an extension of a unique and moving story. Just like a storybook-a rich loaded with people’s thoughts and feelings. Art quilts are more than themselves; they are like “intellectuality” that people can peruse. This meaning of creation gets involved in each work and absorbs the subtle relationship to lines, colors and needles and threads.

 

Website: http://www.linhsinchen.idv.tw/index.html

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenny.quilt?ref=tn_tnmn

Taiwan Art Quilt Society: https://www.facebook.com/TaiwanArtQuiltSociety

  1. YOUR WORK IS EXQUISITE!

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