Xie Yan Song, formerly known as Xie Tian, also known as Xie Mei, named Heaven, or in his heart, born in 1942 in Negeri Sembilan. Xie Yan Song graduated from Nanyang Art College in Singapore. In 2002, he was awarded a PhD in Art Philosophy of the United States University of the United States. A special artist, consultant of Jingdezhen Gucai Research Institute, Honorary Chairman of the Asian Artists Association, and more.
Xie Yan and Song is a master of contemporary ink painting. His paintings have a unique “new South Ocean style”, which is an extremely important helmsman of the contemporary “New South Ocean Ink Art”. Xie Yan Song’s paintings were influenced by Matisse’s paper-cutting and Zhong Sibin’s “point interaction”. Chen Wenxi’s “parabolic line” inspired the situation outside the painting, and he was good at explaining the Taoist natural law and Confucianism through the creation of Chinese painting. The balance of the balance point, the tolerance of the Buddhist house, and even the philosophy of traditional, modern, life and aesthetics, and realistic space operations have deeply interpreted the pursuit of artistic practice. Xie Yan and Song continued to pursue the supreme concept of Chinese and Western aesthetics, and finally chose to quote the charm of the Eastern image and the tension of the Western abstraction, colliding with each other, and finally realized the new local Nanyang ink painting of “Oriental abstraction”.