Jane Qing Yang is one of the Chinese artists who have made a home in Tasmania, inspired by its beauty. Photo: Tamara ThiessenJane Qing Yang is one of the Chinese artists who have made a home in Tasmania, inspired by its beauty. Photo: Tamara Thiessen
Jane Qing Yang is one of the Chinese artists who have made a home in Tasmania, inspired by its beauty. Photo: Tamara Thiessen

Three Chinese artists inspired by beauty of Tasmania on why they chose self-exile on Australian island

  • A number of Chinese artists have fallen in love with Tasmania and moved to the Australian island to paint
  • Jane Qing Yang, Shanshan Ai and Chen Ping talk about Tasmania’s natural beauty and how it inspires them

Topic |   Art
Jane Qing Yang is one of the Chinese artists who have made a home in Tasmania, inspired by its beauty. Photo: Tamara ThiessenJane Qing Yang is one of the Chinese artists who have made a home in Tasmania, inspired by its beauty. Photo: Tamara Thiessen
Jane Qing Yang is one of the Chinese artists who have made a home in Tasmania, inspired by its beauty. Photo: Tamara Thiessen
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