Native of Meixian, Guangdong, Tzu-chi Yeh was born 1957 in Yuli, Hualien county, Taiwan. He held his undergraduate study at the National Taiwan Academy of Arts in 1977 and graduated from the Fine Arts Department, Chinese Culture University in 1981. He acquired his master's degree in the Institute of Fine Arts, City University of New York, Brooklyn, USA in 1989. After living in New York for nineteen years, he returned to settle in Hualien in 2006. Works have been participated in varies solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad, including the 1980 Asian Youth Art Exhibition held in Hong Kong, the Taipei American Cultural Center and the Westbeth Gallery in NY in 1987 and 1989 respectively. He was invited by the NY Choice Art Gallery to attend the joint exhibition named "The Day of Death" in 1989 and 1990. His recent solo exhibitions include the 2004 "Monologue – the Near and Far Away from Home" Eslite Gallery; 2007 "Through the Landscape of the Mind" Eslite Gallery; 2009 "Landscape Taiwan" Eslite Gallery. Yeh's still life subjects from the "Soliloquy" series to the "Landscape Taiwan" series are the records of his inner feelings, realistic with symbolic metaphors, paintings are filled with personal touch, strong and unique in style.