Wei Min is well known in Oxford. Most recently, to celebrate the historic Radcliffe Observatory Quarter project, Weimin He as artist-in-residence for Oxford University created a unique portfolio of drawings, ink paintings and woodcut prints to reflect the unprecedented transformation of the site.
Weimin trained as an artist in both north-eastern China and Northern Ireland. In 2008 he created a body of artwork reflecting the transformation of the Ashmolean Museum and had a successful exhibition when the Museum was reopened in 2009. His work has been exhibited worldwide, including at the British Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the China National Museum of Art. He also teaches life drawing at the Ruskin School and the Ashmolean Museum.http://www.parallel-prints.com/weimin-he/nm