the U.S. at Carnegie-Mellon University, where she studied economics and
management. After a long career in business and technology, in 2015 she took the big
step of becoming a full-time artist.
Maggie’s art education started with weekend classes at Gage Academy in 2005. In
addition to painting, she has also studied sculpture and printmaking at North Seattle
College, but is otherwise a self-taught artist who greatly enjoys the continual learning
that art-making encompasses.
As a first generation Chinese American immigrant, and someone whose life has led her
down a multicultural path, a primary focus of her work is creating a visual language that
can communicate across cultures.
Exhibiting regularly since 2016, Maggie is represented by J. Rinehart Gallery in Seattle.