Eunice Chan

Eunice Chan studied at the Art Students League of New York where she studied figure drawing with Peter Cox and Deane Keller, watercolor with Irwin Greenberg and pastel with Richard Pionk.

After a successful career in architecture in New York, Eunice Chan moved to the Bay area and paints full time.

Eunice Chan uses a wide range of mediums including oil, watercolor, pen and ink and Chinese ink. She likes experimenting with different materials and approaches.
The subject in her paintings includes figures and portraits, still life and landscape.

Eunice Chan has participated in many exhibitions at the Art Students League, and in the Bay Area. Her work has been exhibited in many juried shows. Many of her work are in private collections in this country, Germany, Canada, Australia, Venezuela and Japan. 

Artist Statement

In The Glooming


The Last Cherry

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