Shinea Moon (formerly known as Yuh-Shioh Wong) has exhibited her paintings across the US and is a part of the permanent collection of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, Stanford Children’s Hospital, Marin General, and Marina Bay Sands Luxury Hotel in Singapore, as well as a multitude of private collections worldwide. She graduated with a BA in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard in 1999, later obtained an MFA in Painting from Hunter College in NYC in 2003 and went on to attend the Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine. Her debut exhibition, Spirits Gone Astray, in NYC, was well-reviewed in the New York Times and other art magazines, and she went on to have 4 more solo exhitions in New York. She was chosen to be Artist in Resident at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, TX in 2013 and later returned a second time to produce another body of work which she exhibited at Anthony Meier Fine Arts in San Francisco in 2014. Other galleries she has had solo shows at include Night Gallery, LA, Thomas Erben, NYC, Foxy Production, NYC, ATM Gallery, NYC, 5 Car Garage, LA, and Levy Gallery, Alburquerque, NM.
Shinea Moon’s paintings have always been specific to place. They have been a vehicle by which to depict the interconnectedness of everything, especially the natural and etheric worlds.
She currently lives and works in Hawaii.
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