Qiang Huang (pronounced Chong Wong) comes from China. His interest in art was developed in his early ages, and influenced strongly by his uncle, a professional painter and art educator. Qiang has studied basic skills of drawing and painting under his uncle's guidance. He won awards in multiple school art shows.
After immigrated to America, Qiang took a career in science and technology. However, Qiang has been active in local art communities. To further develop his artistic skills, Qiang has attended classes and workshops. He has studied from well-known artists like Miles Mathis, Scott Burdick, David Leffel and Sherrie McGraw.Qiang is most inspired by paintings of late 19th Century by John Singer Sargent, Nicolai Fechin, William Bouguereau, and Lawrence Alma-Tadema.
Qiang's paintings are mostly on still life, portraiture and figurative. His paintings show remarkable accuracy under lush brush strokes.Qiang is a signature member of the Oil Painters of America. His paintings have been shown at the 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 19th OPA National Juried Exhibitions.