AboutYang’s abstract biomorphic sculptural forms explore the mysterious nature of form and space-juxtaposing “certainty, and deliberate intent with chance…” Her pragmatic nature as a lawyer has enhanced her creativeprocess. Yang delves into the journey of the known and the unknown. Her work elicits a “sense of things”.
Her artistic language is informed by both Eastern and Western cultural influences having been bought up in Taiwan and then living for many years in the United States. Chinese painting and notation and works by Monet influence
her innate sense of patination, color and texture. Brancusi and Noguchi influences can be found in her undulating flowing curvilinear forms; defining her dimensionality and aesthetic. Yang’s work hold their own singularly and as
part of a whole sculptural installation of forms.