Xiang Zhang

Xiang Zhang

Xiang Zhang was born and grew up in China.  After graduating from The Central Academy of Drama in Beijing, he received a Master of Fine Arts from Tulane in New Orleans.  Completing his formal education, he moved to Texas, observing working ranches and western lifestyle and traditions.

 His work reflects the symbolic relationship between the cowboy and his horse and the drama of ranch life.  Zang combines his love for painting horses and portraiture to develop his special style of western art combining impressionistic, as well as realistic techniques.  He creates powerful western action scenes and realistic depictions of historical events captured in large compositions.  Much time is dedicated to research and study before he begins a painting.

Zhang’s paintings are found in fine private and corporate collections worldwide.  His work has been exhibited in prestigious national shows such as Prix de West in Oklahoma City, Briscoe Western Art Museum, and Autry National Center's Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale. He has had numerous successful one-man shows and his work has been featured in Contemporary Artists of the American West, Art of the West, Southwest Art, Western Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur, and numerous other publications.

He currently resides in Dallas, Texas with his wife, Lily.

Galleries Include:  Southwest in Dallas and McLarry Fine Art in Santa Fe

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