Chang Fee-Ming (1959 ; Trengganu, Malaysia) is a selftaught artist who as travelled throughout most of Asia. His unique and highly detailed watercolor paintings feature cropped visions of people, usually from the neck down. He focuses on the bright colors and intricate patterns of the traditional textiles they wear. Chang also records typical images of rural life, traditional architecture, and tropical plants in ways that make them appear unusual. He has frequently visited Bali since 1985, creating many paintings inspired by the Balinese in their finest festive outfits. Awards: Malaysian Watercolour Society award (Kuala Lumpur, 1984, 1986-1987), Sime Darby Art Asia gold award (ASEAN, 1985), Malaysian Young Contemporaries award (Kuala Lumpur, 1986, 1987). Collection: National Museum (Singapore). Exhibitions: Balai Seni Lukis Negara (Kuala Lumpur, 1983-1987), Taipei Fine Arts Museum (Taiwan, 1987), Seoul Olympics (South Korea, 1998), Thailand Cultural Centre (Bangkok, 1989), Asian Watercolour Confederation (Hongkong, 1990), International Centre (Nagayo, Japan, 1991), National Watercolour Society Traveling Exhibition (Canada, U.S.A., 1994), Shanghai Museum of Art (China, 1994) Centre for Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1995, 1996).