Chang Tsui-Jung was born in Nantou, Taiwan in 1963. In 1987, she graduated from the Department of Fine Arts at the National Taiwan College of Arts (now National Taiwan University of Arts) where she majored in Chinese Painting. In 1993, she obtained a Master’s degree from the College of Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. While at the National Taiwan College of Arts, Chang Tsui-Jung studied under the guidance of great masters such as Lee Chi-Mao, Huang Kuang-Nan, Chou Chen, Lo Cheng-Hsien, and Chen Ching-Wen, where she learned the various skills of ink-wash painting. After graduation she went to Spain and enrolled in a Master’s program in Western Painting at the Complutense University of Madrid. In her ink paintings she adopts artistic spirit of “impressionism”, adds western “realistic” techniques, thus escaping from a simple composition of traditional painting. Her paintings are full of unique artistic vocabulary and reveal the depth and inner freedom of the Eastern and Western art.
She received a Merit Award in Chinese Painting at the National Art Exhibition of the Republic of China and The 43rd Taiwan Provincial Fine Arts Exhibition in 1989. She also won the First Prize in Chinese Painting at the 15th Taipei Art Exhibition in 1988. Her works “Snow” and “Talking Geese” have been collected by Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and “Listening Autumn” by National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.