Min Yi (Joyce) Wang was born in Shanghai, China. She wanted to be an artist at her young age. Due to the Cultural Revolution in China, Joyce was not able to get into the Art School, but she learnt a lot of painting skills privately from a famous Artist Min Chau in Shanghai. She never gave up the dream she had. In 1982, she enrolled the Arts and Crafts Institute of Shanghai Adult whi_le she worked as a full time Mechanical Designer in a company. She had put herself in developing the good tradition of Chinese painting.
Joyce applies small and detailed objects in her paintings. Whatever she paints, she captures the essence of the object in a brilliant composition. Adept in painting flowers, fruit and plants, her paintings are vivid, refreshing and interesting. Having well developed traditional techniques, she unfolds a personal vision of particularly feminine softness and spiritual charm.
Joyce’s artwork is very well developed. Her style is unique as it shows an integration of the Chinese and Western arts. Her artwork is about everyday life experiences and observations. Joyce hopes all can enjoy her visions of favorite moods, places, things and shapes. Joyce is now a member of Visual Arts of
Mississauga (VAM). Also, she is a member of Mississauga Sumi-e Society.