Jui-Pin Chang was born in Taiwan in 1964. After graduating from the Department of Fine Arts at Taipei National University of the Arts, she undertook a program of advanced study in California and moved to the UK in 2003. In 2006, Chang invented the "bucket men", a series of works that led to a number of solo exhibitions in galleries and art centers in the UK, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and US. She took part in NordArt 2011, in Büdelsdorf, Germany and the George Orwell Festival at Letchworth Art Center in the UK, and has been a resident artist in France, Germany and the US. Chang's works were nominated at the National Open Art Exhibition in the UK in 2008, 2011 Freeman Foundation Fellowship winner, USA and at the "Self A Creative" Competition organized top 100 artists, by the NYC Artists Wanted Organization in 2012. Her work included oil paintings, gouache on newspaper pieces and sculptures, utilizing depictions of bucket men to express her own fears and desire for love.
Solo Exhibitions: 2013 Viva la, Bucket Men! ARTDOOR Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan; 2012 The Bucket Men in America, Red Mill Gallery Vermont Studio Center, Vermont, USA ; 2011 A Diary of Adventures-The Bucket Men, Dahlia Gallery, Singapore ; 2010 The Bucket Men Fantasia, National Tsing Hua University Art Centre, Hsinchu, Taiwan; 2009 Letchworth Art Centre, Letchworth, UK; 2009 Copper Beech Gallery, Hitchin. UK