About Fina Yeung

Access Art 2015
King Yan Fina Yeung is a New York based artist who works on recycling cardboard installation and portrait images. Fina captures the sensibility of woman portrait by studio photography and painting. She creates sensual, colorful and strong personality images for individuals. She sculpts and paints cardboard for her installation. Using paper and cardboard to construct abstract architectural forms, Fina expresses her emotional relationship with urban living and built-environment. She also has a business in designing handbag. ”Very Fina” represents the artist’s unique character in art and handbag design.

Fina was born in Hong Kong and have lived in different parts of United States for 25 years. Her work have been exhibited in New York, New Jersey and Washington DC, including Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Brooklyn Arts Council, Hillyer Art Space in Washington DC, Walls-Ortiz Gallery and Center in Harlem, All Things Project Gallery in Greenwich Village, Rutgers University, Paul Robeson Galleries, BRIC Arts Media House, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, and open studios in Bushwick. In addition, her large-scale painting is permanently displayed at the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre in Malaysia. Fina strongly believes that working with the community can empower people with diverse backgrounds, especially migrant women.

Upcoming Event:

    Join Fina for a fun cardboard workshop to celebrate Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage this May in NYC!

  • Date: Sunday, May 21, 11-4pm
    Location: Mott Street (south of Canal St), Chinatown, NYC

    I am going to be in front of Transfiguration Church / School, across from Peking duck House on Mott Street.
    Put this in your Facebook calendar

Exhibitions:

  • Dec 4, 2016
    AccessArt 2016 by Brooklyn Arts Council
    163 Plymouth St, Dumbo, Brooklyn
    View the artist catalog

  • Sept 30 – Oct 16, 2016
    Seeking Space Making The Future
    David & Schweitzer Contemporary, 56 Bogart St, Brooklyn
    Opening on Sept 30, 6-10pm
  • Sept 30 – Oct 7, 2016
    Hollaback Exhibition
    Studio 301 NYC, 301 Ten Eyck, Brooklyn
    Opening on Sept 30, 6 – 10pm
  • May 7 – June 12, 2016
    Wide Open 7, juried by Beth Saunders, Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, 499 Van Brunt St, Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY 11231
    Opening Reception: May 7 from 1 -6pm
    Urban Cage Installation
  • May 7 -9, 2016
    Fridge Art Fair
    172 Norfolk Street, NY 10002
    Opening: May 7, 8-11 PM, 2016
    “Fridge Freeze” gala to benefit The Angel Orensanz Foundation for The Arts.
    The Phantom Self Painting Series with Con Artist

  • May 21, 2016 from 6pm – 1am
    Dissillence
    RabbitHole Gallery, 33 Washington St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
    Photographic Prints: Up Close And Personal
  • March 4 – 26, 2016.
    Opening: March 4, 6-9pm
    TYPECAST, juried by Jarvis DuBois
    Hillyer Art Space, 9 Hillyer Court, NW Washington, DC 20008
    Film screening: The Punk, Snow White And The Bitch
  • Sept 12, 2015 – Jan 31, 2016
    WHO IS MY NEIGHBOR? NYC
    Walls-Oritz Gallery and Center, 2204 Frederick Douglass Blvd., NY NY 10026
    Feminine Lines In A Cage Installation