(1929 - 2009)
Yuncheng Cai was active/lived in China, Philippines. Yuncheng Cai is known for painting; blue and white abstract.
Tsai Yun-Cheng was born in Fujian Province, China. At the age of ten,
he emigrated to Philippine with family. He held countless group
exhibitions, solo exhibitions, and circuital exhibitions from 1976 to
2001. His early style was influenced by Fauvism; however, transformed
to blue and white abstract painting after 1971. In 1990, he received
the "Peace Award" from Einstein Science Foundation in America. In 1996,
he became the only awarded Chinese artist in Rubens International Art
Festival that was held on France 400th Independence Day.
established the exclusive "Blue Period." He used Chinese traditional
plum, orchid, bamboo, chrysanthemum, as well as figure as subject
matters to paint. Tsai Yun-Cheng replaces blue for ink, using crayons
to create effect of oil painting, putting Chinese ink into Western
artistic theory and scientific spirit; thus, presenting fully spirit
into his works.