Jing Shuai


Tao Te Ching quote, Chapter 42 in Chinese seal script Acrylic on Cherry Wood 26 3/4" X 7" $300

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Tai Chi Fish
Tai Chi Fish

Acrylic on Rice Paper and Linen in Wood Framed 9" X 12 3/4" $220

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Refine and Restore
Refine and Restore

Acrylic on a Traditional Chinese Silk Fan $55

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Tao Te Ching quote, Chapter 42 in Chinese seal script Acrylic on Cherry Wood 26 3/4" X 7" $300

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Jing Shuai

Helen Gutfreund
Dan McCormack
Martha Klein
Jeffrey Goldman
David Wilkes
Tom Nolan
Matt Maley
David Holt
Barbara Holt
Peter Sheehan
Martin Davis
Susan Slotnick
Alex Canelos
Laszlo Andacs
Lauree Feldman
Marcy Bernstein

About the Artist

Jing Shuai and Her Art of Tao:

Jing Shuai is a 16th generation successor to the Wu Dang San Feng Taoist martial arts lineage, and a protégé of Master Chen Shi Xing. Jing is also a Tai Chi instructor certified by the Mainland China Martial Arts Association. Born in Szechuan, China, she was deeply influenced by the Chinese traditional fine arts and the quintessence of a five-thousand-year old Chinese culture. In her youth she was classically trained in the arts, including traditional Chinese painting. Recently she has been impressed by creative and diverse Western art forms.

The “Art of Tao” is her newest exploration, based on her Tai Chi philosophy. Tai Chi is connected to the Taoist philosophy and the concepts presented in the Chinese book of wisdom, the Tao Te Ching and the I Ching. As a follower of Lao Tzu, author of Tao Te Ching, Jing believes that harmony and balance are immortal and elegant evidence that the individual and their spirit should be in harmony with society and with nature. She believes that art is a method to embody our soul, thoughts, and energy, and it is also a way to communicate. Based on Jing’s daily practice, she enjoys interpreting the art of Tao through a variety of art forms. Jing views the practice of Tai Chi as a pathway to strengthen both body and mind.

The quintessence of the Tai Chi philosophy is that of seeking simplicity through the laws of nature, which guides her teaching and creative aesthetic. She hopes to bring wellness to her students through Tai Chi and to share its cultural origins.


If you are interested in Jing’s art, please contact Jing through email

You can also text her at 845-214-8579.


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