Penny C. Wang is an artist and a professor at the University of Northern Iowa. She has been painting for over 30 years and has engaged in gouache, watercolor, acrylic, oil, digital painting, and digital design. She has practiced western and Asian style of painting, and has helped developed Fantacism Abstract Aesthetics theory with Alex Wang. Her masterpieces include Vision, first exhibited at the opening of the Dean’s Gallery Washington State University and the Graphic Poetry entitled No-Mouth Men’s Rebirth, presented at the North American Review Bicentennial Conference. She designed the 2013 CLTA conference bag and sponsored a 400-educator banquet at the Hilton Hotel in Washington D.C. Her artwork on silk is currently displayed at the Hoypoloi Art Gallery in Chicago O’hare International Airport Terminal 1 and 2. She has done commission art for businesses and donated a painting of the Halifax County, Virginia Courthouse at its ribbon cutting ceremony. She has presented at many international conferences in Washington, D.C., Boston, Massachusetts, Chicago, Illinois, Palo Alto, California, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Beijing, China. She has presented Fanticism Art Theory at prestigious schools, such as Stanford and Harvard.
Alex Wang is an artist, playwright, and journalist. His artworks have been exhibited and collected in the United States, France, and China. He is the founder of Fantacism Abstract Art. His masterpieces include a 2x1 meter Fantacism Abstract painting on rice paper entitled “Non-Erasable Tears'' which was first exhibited at the 2015 Nanjing International Art Exhibition. In 2015, his series of Fantacism abstract works, entitled “Peace,” was printed on postcards known as the “National Business Card '' and issued by the State Post Bureau of China. He designed the official poster entitled “The Angel Awards'' for the 2016 Monaco International Film Festival and served as the ambassador of the film festival in Monaco, France. In 2017, he conducted a workshop in the United States on his Fantacism Abstract Art theory through a demonstration of the transition from realism to abstraction. In 2018, he exhibited ten pieces of Fantacism Abstract paintings at the University of Northern Iowa. In 2019, he used his Fantacism Abstract theory to recreate the historical American retinal drawings and exhibited “The Lost Art of the Art.” Recently, he has been working on his High Dimensional Art theory.