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Kitty 'Yin Ling' Miao, Ph.D., is a
scholar specialized in the study of ancient Chinese
Bone and turtle script (sometimes called shell
and bone script). She is also a poet and an artist
renowned for her unique style integrating Chinese
calligraphic techniques and pictorial painting
to create vibrant living sketches of animal life.
She studied at St. Martin's College of Art and
Greenwich University. Dr. Miao currently lives
in Marin County, California.
Kitty Miao is a distinguished artist known for
talented and highly innovated single-stroke brush
painting technique, calligraphy scrolls, and exotic
Jewish paintings. Her work was exhibited in numerous
animals, zodiac & other occasions in Europe,
the USA, and was collected by museums, international
institutions as well as art connoisseurs.
Miao brings an innovative and highly creative
technique of Asian brush painting to the awareness
of contemporary art. Her style evolves from Chinese
calligraphy, through years of practice and study
from ancient to modern scripts to obtain the discipline
and control of the calligrapher. Her work relies
on the suggestive nature of one or a few brush
strokes on rice paper, a departure from the oriental
artistic tradition and a return to the simplicity
of Tao in philosophy. The speed with which a continuous
stroke must be applied in order to control the
flow of ink demands spontaneity in creation, at
times best described as life in itself.
Kitty's paintings of exotic Jewish communities will be featured in an upcoming book entitled "The Mystic Brush," co-authored by Robert W. Lebling. Kitty's latest animal paintings and ancient Chinese calligraphy are featured in her new book, entitled "The Brush of the Cat," co-authored by Keith Knighton Howell. For more information or to order the book, email Kitty at email@example.com.