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W. Jason Situ was born in 1949 in Guangdong, China. He began painting in high school during China’s tumultuous Cultural Revolution and completed his art education at Guangzhou Fine Arts Institute, one of China’s most prestigious and competitive art academies.

In 1989, Situ immigrated to the United States with his family. He was fascinated by the beautiful California landscape and soon decided to become a plein air painter. Since 1997, W. Jason Situ has been a full-time fine artist active in many professional plein air events and exhibitions throughout the United States.

Professional Memberships

Signature Member, California Art Club; Signature Member, Laguna Plein Air Painters Association, Member, Signature Member, Oil Painters of America and Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters, Honorary Member, Tucson Plein Air Painters Society

Selected Press

Magazines: Art of the West, The Artist’s Magazine, American Artist, Art & Antique, Southwest Art

Awards and Achievements

Award of Excellence at the OPA 13th Annual National Juried Show

Honorable Mention at the Carmel Art Festival

Overall Award of Excellence, Estes Park Plein Air

Artist’s Choice Award at La Quinta Plein Air Juried Competition

Merit Award of First Annual at San Luis Obispo Art Festival

Best in Show, American National Award of Excellence, Oil Painters of America’s Tenth Annual National Juried Exhibition

Art & Antiques Magazine Award at the Laguna Beach Plein Air Invitational

Press and Publications

American Legacy Fine Arts presents W. Jason Situ featured in Art of the West Magazine, March/April 2019 Issue.

W. Jason Situ Featured in Art of the West Magazine March/April 2019 Issue

W. Jason Situ was born in Kaiping, China, where he was faced with the changes and challenges brought about by the country’s cultural revolution under Mao Tse Tung. His interest …

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American Legacy Fine Arts presents W. Jason Situ in Art of the West magazine March/April 2013 Issue.

W. Jason Situ featured in Art of the West Magazine, Spring 2013

China’s Cultural Revolution had a major impact on its people- on its wealthy people and on W. Jason Situ.  Prior to Mao Tse Tung’s effort to strip the privileged class …

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