Weiting Wei (born. FuJian China) received her MFA in Visual Art from Columbus College of Art & Design in 2018. She is a multimedia artist creating works out of paper, wax, clay, and soap. Her sculptural work uses traditional elements to explore very personal, yet universal, experiences of motherhood. The lotus is used as a central theme to represent humanity. In Chinese culture the lotus symbolizes perfection, and ultimate purity of the heart and mind, because it rises untainted and beautiful from the mud. Weiting creates numerous works that feature the lotus in different states to express this lifecycle and the beautiful struggles we experience as we grow.
2018 MFA in Visual Arts, Columbus College of Art and Design Columbus, OH
2005 Bachelor of Education, Fujian Huanan Women’s Vocational College, China
2th DeHua Ceramic Biennale, DeHua China.
9th Annual Vision In Clay Exhibition, LH Horton Jr Gallery , San Joaquin Delta College, CA
Be a light sleeper, LOTTI X HUMMI, XiaMen, China.
Abstract, Art Room Gallery, On line exhibition.
Collision, MFA Thesis Exhibition, CCAD, Columbus, OH
The Beautiful Struggle, Contemporary Art Works Exhibition, QuanZhou, China
LOTUS : EOS, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, OH
Take Care : EOS, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, O
2017.6-2017.8 ARTIST ASSISTANT(intership), ZHENLEI ZHENG CERAMIC STUDIO; DEHUA CHINA
2015.9-2016.5 TZU CHI FOUNDATION CHINESE SCHOOL; COLUMBUS OH
2007.9-2012.6 quanzhou fengze district kindergarten; quanzhou China
2005.6-2007.6 Sunshine international kindergarten; Fuzhou CHINA