Original hand carved woodblocks used in my larger projects, including wall installations, editioned prints, and fabric printing. Blocks are cut down to 5 x 5 inch squares and each block includes a Seal of Authenticity and Artist Stamp.
Imin Yeh works in the medium of woodcuts, screen prints, and downloadable craft projects to create large-scale installations and interactive artworks. Recently, she was awarded the Irvine Fellowship at the Sally and Don Lucas Artists Residency Programs, an international multi-disciplinary residency at Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, California and was selected for one of ProArts Gallery in Oakland’s 2 x 2 Solos exhibition. www.iminyeh.info
She is a recipient of the 2009 Barclay Simpson MFA Award (juried by Oakland Museum of the Art’s Senior Curator, Rene de Guzman and Barbara Goldstein, the Public Art Director of the city of San Jose), the San Francisco Foundation’s Murphy and Cadogan Fellowship (2008) and the Yozo Hamaguchi Endowed Scholarship in 2007.
She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has had recent exhibitions at the AbsoluteZero, a street festival component of 01SJ Biennale, Mission Cultural Center, ProArts Gallery in Oakland, 18 reasons, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, Kearny Street Workshop, the Spare Room Project, and the Chinese Cultural Center. BA, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MFA, California College of the Arts. She lives and works in San Francisco and is currently the artist in residence at Mission Grafica at the Mission Cultural Center.