Manna Huang studied fine arts at a college in China
under several Chinese masters, such as Tu Zhi Wei (涂志伟
Oil Painting American master, signature member ) and Shan Bai
Qin（單柏欽）. Manna works with oils,
acrylics, pastels, charcoals, and Chinese ink with brushes. With
these tools, she brushes life into the people and landscapes on her
canvas. Manna hopes above all to create art that moves. She aims for
her art to tiptoe between reality and dreams.
Through her pieces, her viewers might glimpse her deep
passion for the life of her subjects. She thrives on portraits,
figures, landscapes, abstract, and still life, with portraits being
her favorite form of expression. It is the challenge of capturing a
personís personality that draws her to portraits.
By balancing between realism and her imagination, Manna
frees her art pieces from the confines of reality. There is margin
in her art for viewers to dream. She hopes to not only capture the
physical of the subject. She wants to capture its spirit.
She is a signature member of the Akron Society of
Mannaís work has been shown at:
Hong Kong and the Pearl River Painting and Calligraphy Institute in
The first contemporary Chinese painting and calligraphy exhibition
in Guangzhou, China.
The Massillon Museum of Fine Art
The Canton Art Museum
Almond Tea Gallery, Cuyahoga Falls
Akron Society of Artists Member Show
One-woman show in St. Paul's Episcopal Church Art Gallery, Akron
Grace Church Art Gala, Akron
Summit Art Space, Akron
Taste Of Stow Art Show (Winner of 2001)