Neşe Üçer

Who is Neşe Üçer?

The life story of Neşe Üçer, one of Turkey’s leading painters of Far Eastern brush art, is as follows;

She was born in Ankara in 1946. After TED Ankara College, he completed his high school education at the “Overseas School of Rome” American school in Rome (1960 – 64), and then graduated from Ankara University Italian Language and Literature (1964 – 68). He started painting as an amateur at a very young age. During his stay in Italy, he did academic studies with Antonio Luccehesi for 4 years and first participated in a group exhibition at the Turkish American Association (1965). In the following years (1981), he studied “Chinese Brush Painting” at Chen Chong Art School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in the Far East.

She studied Brush Techniques for 3 years and participated in group exhibitions. He introduced Far Eastern brush art to art lovers with his first personal exhibition in Ankara in 1983 and 1984.

Between 1983 and 1986, he worked with the famous artist James Tan in Singapore, moving away from the Traditional Chinese Brush Technique and continuing his watercolor works with a more western approach, with interpretation and color. After returning to Turkey in 1986, she continued her watercolor works for a while. The artist is a member of AGSAD Anatolian Visual Arts Association, Istanbul Painters Association and the Institute in Paris. She is a member of the Association of Art Critics.

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