About

 

After a successful career in the sciences, Grace Tang began her (second) career as an artist in 2005. Although she has taken many forms of art as a hobby throughout her life such as music and crafts, she was able to dive fully into drawing, painting and sketching once her children were grown.

Beginning with acrylics and oils, her earlier works centered around still-life, abstractions and portraits, where she enjoyed the freedom of expressing with shapes, textures, and colors in her montage artworks. As her style progressed, she expanded to watercolors and pastels, often painting the natural landscapes and easily recognizable landmarks in Silicon Valley.

A member of the Los Gatos Art Association and the Santa Clara Valley Watercolor Society, she regularly participates in juried art shows in the Bay Area and shows her work at the Triton Museum of Art. 

 

Grace Tang with her watercolor  Skyline  for which she won an Honorable Mention in Wet Media at the LGAA Fall Juried Show in 2012.

Grace Tang with her watercolor Skyline for which she won an Honorable Mention in Wet Media at the LGAA Fall Juried Show in 2012.