Chen, Yong 1963-
Chen, Yong 1963-
Born 1963, in Taishan, Guangzhou, China; immigrated to United States, 1989. Ethnicity: "Chinese." Education: Fonshan University (China), degree (chemistry); attended Bunker Hill College; Massachusetts College of Art, B.F.A. (illustration), 1995. Hobbies and other interests: Songwriting, playing violin.
Office—c/o World Gallery Online, 379 Amherst St., No. 130, Nashua, NH 03063.
Graphic designer and illustrator. Chen Art and Design Studio, Nashua, NH, founder, beginning 1993, expanded to NashuaOne, 2000; illustrator, beginning 1995. High school teacher in China; teacher of watercolor painting and portraiture at Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, and River College, Nashua, NH. Worldgalleryonline. com (Web gallery), cofounder. Exhibitions: Work included in shows at Foshan Gallery, China, 1981-84, 1986; Bunker Hill Art Gallery, MA, 1993, 1995; Rivier Art Gallery, NH, 1996; and Nashua, NH Public Library, 2005.
Second Prize, Taishan City Fine Art competition, 1988.
Louis J. McNeil, Maria's Loose Tooth, Special Gift International, 1995.
Melissa Milich, Miz Fannie Mae's Fine New Easter Hat, Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 1997.
Ona Gritz-Gilbert, Starfish Summer, HarperCollins (New York, NY), 1998.
Twig C. George, Swimming with Sharks, HarperCollins (New York, NY), 1999.
Marion Coste, Finding Joy, Boyds Mills Press (Honesdale, PA), 2006.
Contributor of illustrations to periodicals, including Spider, Cricket, and AppleSeeds.
Biographical and Critical Sources
Booklist, May 15, 1997, Linda Perkins, review of Miz Fannie Mae's Fine New Easter Hat, p. 1580; July, 1999, Helen Rosenberg, review of Swimming with Sharks, p. 1946; January 1, 2007, Hazel Rochman, review of Finding Joy, p. 113.
Kirkus Reviews, September 15, 2006, review of Finding Joy, p. 950.
Publishers Weekly, April 7, 1997, review of Miz Fannie Mae's Fine New Easter Hat, p. 90; June 22, 1998, review of Starfish Summer, p. 92.
School Library Journal, September, 1998, Marlene Gawron, review of Starfish Summer, p. 173; July, 1999, Kathleen Isaacs, review of Swimming with Sharks, p. 96; November, 2006, Deborah Vose, review of Finding Joy, p. 87.
Yong Chen Home Page,http://www.yongchen.com (September 18, 2007).
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