As a printmaker, my work primarily focuses on the simple comfort of nature’s intricacies. This work is an exploration of how I view the world and my place within it. The natural world is full of so much information and small gifts. My hope is that by taking the time to explore these moments, I can offer solace in an often chaotic existence. Currently, my artistic practice is influenced by Chinese flower-and-bird paintings, which depict the beauty of nature. These paintings often convey symbolic meanings. They reflect a yearning for happiness and harmony. Nature, weeds, and wildflowers have a strong vitality, and the of the blooming of life is one of the things I most admire about this world.
Anthony TungNing Huang is a Taiwanese-American printmaker. He was born in Taipei and raised in Shanghai, China. He received his BA in Journalism at the East China University of Political Science and Law in 2014. After spending time working as a professional ballroom dancer and theater producer in Shanghai, he moved to the United States where he lived first in Los Angeles, California and now studies and works in Savannah, Georgia. He received his MFA in Illustration in the Summer 2021, and then go on to study printmaking at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Huang began printmaking in Winter 2020 and became enamored with the charm of the traditional print processes. He fuses personal symbolism and subjects with the aesthetic techniques inspired by traditional flower-and-bird paintings.