The corner of studio where the chair I sit when I am contemplating my painting, a stack of art books on the table next to my chair.  I have recently adopted a cat, and she was so quiet while I was painting, and I couldn't help but include her in the composition.

- Feng Biddle

Studio Corner

Oil painting on composite board

Varnished and Ready to frame

Signed on front and back

23" h x 23" w x .2" d
3 lbs. 4 oz.



Feng Biddle
Saint Charles, Illinois

Getting to Know Feng

Feng Biddle didn’t have much exposure to art as a child growing up in China in the aftermath of the Cultural Revolution. It wasn’t until after she immigrated to the U.S. and stumbled upon an artist demonstrating how to use oil pastels that she realized her passion. Feng starts each piece by sketching on paper with charcoal, later transferring the outline to canvas like a stencil. When painting still lifes, she always outlines the vase first and lets the rest of the image develop organically around it. Feng works slowly and deliberately in her studio made of glass walls, reflecting on each piece until it guides her what to do next. When she’s not making art, Feng works as a data architect. “In a way, this is similar to what I do with my art, where I am creating structures for form and color. In another way, however, it is the opposite, as building data structures is almost entirely a logical, left brain activity, whereas my art work is an emotional, right brain effort. I guess you could say that these are the complementary yin and yang that make me whole.”