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With a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University, Lena Young is an artist and best-selling author who resides in Boston. She travels between the U.S. and Asia painting and exhibiting her artwork.

Lena’s art is being collected internationally. She has a private gallery in Hua Quan Village, one of the largest art and cultural villages in China. She has sold over 200 paintings to private collectors and has commissioned artwork for homes, offices, hotels, and education centers throughout Asia and the U.S.

Lena has been featured in a variety of media and publications, including Self Magazine China, Vogue Taiwan, and Business Today Taiwan. Her artwork details the process of her own healing journey. She explores new awareness gained and transformations that occur. After 20 years of traveling the world learning, searching, and healing, Lena finally embodies the confidence to live her truth.

ARTIST STATEMENT
My artwork is an expression of a deep call for healing, for connection, for truth. I work with oils, acrylics, and a variety of mixed media. My exploration has taken me from colorful interpretative landscapes into the realm of abstract expressionism. My art is characterized by movement, rich and vibrant colors, and bold brushstrokes. Because I paint my healing process, often times, chaos and calm are interwoven together on the canvas. Rather than focusing on the end result, I juxtapose elements that show the unfolding of growth and transformation. Abstract art gives me the freedom to trust and surrender to the process without the need to conform to a set of rules or expectations. It gives me the space to own my journey and to share it authentically.

My life is a journey of continuous learning. Painting reminds me to stay humble and to honor the creative expression of my soul. When I can gracefully surrender to the Universe without expectation, the art just flows through me.