Yin Chua, largely known as the “artists that paints peace” is for the better part a self taught artist who attributes her artistic genes to her late grandfather – a photographer & avid Chinese calligraphist.

Pressures & challenges of societal norms mixed with expectations of a traditional Asian family favoured otherwise, leading Yin to choose a degree in Communications over an education in the Arts; despite having known from a young age that she indeed wanted to be an artist. Her art is largely inspired by the spiritual practice of meditation & love for nature.Often drawing inspiration from Zen philosophies, Yin Chua finds herself having a loving fondness for its mindfulness teachings. A sentiment spurred on by her embarkment on a 10 days silent retreat to a Vipassana centre in 2016 had greatly impacted her, steering her towards a minimalist lifestyle.

Akin to the method of plen-air, her works induce surrealistic feelings of being within the time-space. Her delicate yet purposeful placement of each stroke to the elements create a harmonious mood throughout the sceneries.

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2022 Pameranposkad, Singapore, Joint Exhibition supported by National Arts Council at Ion Orchard Gallery.

2022 Affordable Art Fair, Singapore, F1 Pit Building.

2022 The Home of the Art, Singapore, a group show in Conrad Centennial Hotel, curated and put up by Y-Art Project gallery.

2020 Mental Resilience, group exhibition depicting paintings of Singapore’s National flower – Vanda Miss Joaquim – in the times of Covid-19 that started as an initiative to thank Healthcare Workers and later developed into a showcase at Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome.

2019 Life is Wonderful, a group charity exhibition at SASCO@Khatib and Compassvale.

2018 Festival at the Fort 2018, Exhibition Booth and Speed Painting Demo.

2017 NParks Parks Festival 2017, Exhibition Booth.

2017 Artist Night Out, Exhibition Booth, part of Singapore Night Festival, 2017.

2017 100 Ways Home, 2017, Singapore, a joint charity exhibition for a village in Nepal along with a fellow artist.