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Group Critique with Ying Li & Mark Green*
with Ying Li & Evan Fugazzi
PAFA offers a vibrant community of faculty-artists and students who can stimulate your art-making with advice and new perspectives. A group critique is an excellent means of both dispelling feelings of artistic isolation or uncertainty and finding inspiration in the ideas and artwork of others in a supportive, non-judgmental environment.
Born in Beijing, China, Ying Li graduated from the Anhui Teachers University (1974-77) where she taught 1977-83. She immigrated to the United States in 1983 and received an MFA from Parsons School of Design, New York, in 1987. She is a painter and the Phlyssa Koshland Professor of Fine Arts at Haverford College known for her highly energetic, on-site landscapes that simultaneously describe direct visual experience and pure abstraction. Her uncompromising sense of personal vision combined with complete abandon in the possibilities of paint make her work style the epitome of painterliness. Ying Li lives and works in New York City and Haverford, PA. View the artist’s work at www.yinglistudio.com.
Mark Green holds a BFA at Washington University in St. Louis and MFA in painting at the University of Delaware. He served on the faculty of the Parsons School of Design, Paris Campus, and now teaches at the Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York. Intrigued by architectural forms as the vessels for our lives, and the psychological/emotional histories they contain, his paintings of singular houses and buildings are expressionistic portraits that defined states of being – be they melancholic, brash, enigmatic or blissful. Click here to view the artist's work.
Note: This critique was originally scheduled with Evan Fugazzi, who had to withdraw due to a scheduling conflict.
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