Chin H Shin

Artist of Rainy Day

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Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
11 hours ago 
Blue Street by Chin H Shin
36 x 36
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
2 days ago 
Winter Evening by Chin H Shin
Oil 16 x 12
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
7 days ago 
Streets of New York 4 Green Evening by Chin H Shin
Oil 36 x 24
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
9 days ago 
Blue Rain in Central Park West by Chin H Shin
Oil 36 x 24
 
* people walking around Washington square in New Yorkcity is one of the most common rainy day scene youcan easily observe, but to bring it up a desirable paintingis another story.* My purpose in this painting is to bring maximum positivestage possible without giving up all the details happeningin front of me and without giving up an abstraction of canvas either.* My Painting is always heavily textured or done on textured background.* HEAVILY TEXTURED* Don't forget to use discount code: FathersDay
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
10 days ago 
Macy's Yellow Clock and New York City by Chin H Shin
Oil 36 x 48
 
Painting: Oil on Canvas. Oil on Canvas48 x 36 x 1,5 inchesfrom New York City* Maybe it's drizzling, maybe it is rainy dayPeople of New York is rushing to their job.when I was working in Manhattan as a freelancerlong time ago, i was too busy or thinking aboutsomething else,but now...whenever I pass by or wandering aroundNew York city, I find myself something new orfeel like there is something hidden beauty in this cityHonestly, as a naturally romantic person, I love towatch New York city in 1950's or even in 1900it is fascinating to go back to old times and the same building as it stands today, but different peopleOne of my favorite subject matter is dark rainy day..if you look through my paintings, i made many of thosedark rainy day in series,but still...i am not satisfied what I've done so far..therefore, I continuously search and study for betteroutcome.* Heavily Textured Oil panting* side is painted before shipping out.
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
14 days ago 
Jones Beach in the Morning by Chin H Shin
22 x 28
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
14 days ago 
Jones Beach After Storm by Chin H Shin
22 x 28
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
19 days ago 
The Red Umbrella by Chin H Shin
30 x 30
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
21 days ago 
The Unexpected Journey to Manhattan by Chin H Shin
Oil 22 x 28
 
This painting shows New York city from distance, artist enjoys creating New York city concepts from different angle.Oil on Canvas28 x 22 x 1 inchesfrom New York city* extended study of new expressionism, concentratingon different color shade and expressive brush stroke,a matter of finding new colors and new method to reacha realm of possibilities. * Heavily Textured * side is painted before ship out
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
23 days ago 
Streets of New York 4 Green Evening by Chin H Shin
Oil 36 x 24
 
Oil on Canvas36 x 24 x 1.5 inchesfrom New York CityInspired by city ColorsInspired by WalkersInspired by Music* Second Version of Streets of New York 3 Here I find out the different mood in different color story* options on 2 set color story* I believe New York city has something it's own characters that other city does not have,maybe because it is 400 years old or maybe because people wearing only Black and White..the fact is most of building was built between 18-20 centuries, and now taller ones..* I would call it "theMysterious Atmosphere of New York City"I found this charm of New York city two decade ago, although I was working asa textile designer two decades ago..* it is indeed Mystery that I am still painting New York city* Heavily Textured Oil painting* side is painted before ship out
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
26 days ago 
Streets of New York 3 Evening Rain by Chin H Shin
Oil 36 x 24
 
Oil on Canvas36 x 24 x 1.5 inchesfrom New York CityInspired by city ColorsInspired by WalkersInspired by Music* I believe New York city has something it's own characters that other city does not have,maybe because it is 400 years old or maybe because people wearing only Black and White..the fact is most of building was built between 18-20 centuries, and now taller ones..* I would call it "the Mysterious Atmosphere of New York City"I found this charm of New York city two decade ago, although I was working as a textile designer two decades ago..* it is indeed Mystery that I am still painting New York city
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
28 days ago 
Streets of New York 1 by Chin H Shin
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
30 days ago 
Still Crossing Williamsburg Bridge by Chin H Shin
Oil 24 x 30
 
Oil on Canvas 30 x 24 x 1.5 inches from New York City This Williamsburg Bridge is one of the most frequently used bridge when people go to Manhattan from Long island. I am crossing this Bridge on this late afternoon without rain at this time,just in time, lights are turning on before gets dark, and barely sees sun behind evening cloud. And the street lights always give me some conversation as long as it is warmer side..i got a glimpse of inspirations what my next painting looks like, it is call the "Energy"coming out of my musical source. * Heavily Textured in some parts * Side is painted Black before shipping out
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Streets of New York 1 by Chin H Shin
Oil 36 x 24
 
Oil on Canvas36 x 24 x 1.5 inchesfrom New York CityInspired by city ColorsInspired by WalkersInspired by Music* I believe New York city has something it's own characters that other city does not have,maybe because it is 400 years old or maybe because people wearing only Black and Whitethe fact is most of building was built between 18-20 centuries, and now taller ones..* I would call it "the Mysterious Atmosphere of New York City"I found this charm of New York city a decade ago, although I was working asa textile designer two decades ago..* it is indeed Mystery that I am still painting New York city
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Streets of New York 2 by Chin H Shin
36 x 24
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
The Urban Forest by Chin H Shin
36 x 36
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
WHEN THERE WAS WHITE SNOW IN MANHATTAN by Chin H Shin
Oil 24 x 36
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Passing Storm by Chin H Shin
Oil 36 x 36
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Still Rainy in Greenwich Village by Chin H Shin
Oil 24 x 24
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Still Rainy on Bleecker Street by Chin H Shin
Oil 24 x 30
 
 

 
Chin H Shin Posted Artwork 
1 month ago 
Night Rain in Dwontown 2 by Chin H Shin
24 x 24
 
 

 



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Representation


Chin H Shin Fine Art
Patchogue, NY - 5165810546

Geary Gallery
Darien, CT - (203) 655-6633

Saatchi Art
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Saks Galleries
Denver, Colorado - 1-303-333-4144

Singulart
Paris, -

Zatista Online Gallery
, PA -


Recent Blog Posts

A Rainy Day Walker
Posted on 1/4/2016 7:57:37 PM

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Posted on 1/3/2016 2:59:42 PM

Stormy Evening
Posted on 11/13/2015 6:59:14 PM

October Rain
Posted on 11/9/2015 9:07:32 PM

October Full Moon
Posted on 11/7/2015 10:51:09 PM

Autumn comes to Village 1-The Restaurant
Posted on 11/5/2015 8:28:10 PM

Darkness on Rainy day
Posted on 9/3/2015 8:26:12 PM

New York City in Twilight
Posted on 8/31/2015 8:01:20 PM

Shades of City
Posted on 8/30/2015 2:42:04 PM

Pink Shoes and Soho Street after Rain
Posted on 8/25/2015 8:16:57 PM


Biography
 
Chin H. Shin Biography
 
In his native South Korea, Chin H. Shin began studying the fundamentals of fine art from a young age. He trained in the basic principles of oil painting and watercolor, but still desiring more, Shin immigrated to the United States in pursuit of further education in the fine arts. In New York, he studied the Western tradition, familiarizing himself with the works of masters such as Camille Corot and Edward Hopper -- both of whom would continue to serve as sources of inspiration for Shin to this day. After his studies, Shin earned his Masters of Fine Art from Long Island University.
 
In most recent years, Shin has dedicated his focus on New York cityscapes. The expressiveness of New York City -- its brilliant culture, vast history, and even the very streets of the metropolis -- has continued to inform his work as he develops his artistic voice. Shin’s ultimate goal is to transform the scenes of daily life into a kind of visual poetry through his technical mastery of breaking down color and light. That visual poetry is the basis of a new kind of art form which Shin hopes to create and convey, influenced by Korean calligraphy and the bold brushstrokes of Expressionism. 
 
Shin remains active in the art scene, showcasing his work at various art galleries including the Transform Gallery in New York City, Williams Gallery in New Jersey, Bucks County Gallery of Art in Pennsylvania, the Greenwich House Gallery in Ohio, Geary Gallery in Connecticut, and Saks Galleries in Denver, Colorado. He is also featured in the 2019 “Weather or Not: Art with Atmosphere” exhibition at the I.D.E.A. Museum in Arizona, and has participated in The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in Brooklyn, New York. 
Chin H Shin has a Master of Art Degree from [...]

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