Chin-Chang Lin was born in Taoyuan. He started his stone sculpture career from 1997. In the earlier days of his creation, he took softer stone materials as sand stones or white marbles to present the more sensible and soft materials. During the same period, he also participated in the training of painting human bodies in order to understand the beauty of human body and bone structures. This experience brought him to considerate that how to transform the two-dimensional human body into a three-dimensional sculpture. He constructs the beauty of human body with basic elements such as lines, facets and dimensions in a simple form.
Lin always clings on to his humble and austere characters. He mellows at skills by cutting curves, extending its three dimensions and fusing the facets perfectly. By doing so, the overall structure is constructed after polish job, which may subtly endow his work with a delicate change both on lightings and shadows. He is always an idealist toward art creation. Lin believes that “The philosophy of art lies in thoughts; the spirit of art lies in skills. An artist should lean on one’s own talent, obtaining enlightenment from the elevated spirit and noble thoughts; only by this way will the artist enable to communicate with the audience.”