Lanta Meng


Lanta began her artistic pursuit when she left her native Taiwan in mid 1970s and to study Fine Art at the San Francisco Academy of Art. 

Over the following years, she explored and enjoyed many different art disciplines from print making, photography, pottery and painting. Lanta finds oil painting as a way to connect with her surroundings. 

She especially finds landscape painting most expressive of her experience. 

Lanta’s paintings are characterized by her strong sense of colour, shapes and texture. Images are often straddle between  representational and impressionistic styles. Lanta and her family have been residing in New Westminster for more than 27 years. She has participated in the New Westminster Cultural Crawl for the last seven years. She is represented by the VanDop Gallery and she also has a home studio.

Lanta’s art work has been exhibited at several galleries in the Lower Mainland and is included in both corporate and private collections domestically and internationally.

Tug Boat at Night | 30x30
Muskoka in autumn colors , oil on canvas, 30’ x 40”
Alice’s Rocks Oil on Canvas 30X30
Emerald Valley
Enlarge “September at 70 Mile” Oil on Canvas | 30" x 40"
"Yellow Tugboat" | Oil on Canvas | 24" x 24"
The woods are lovely , gold and yellow..oil on canvas, 36” x 36”
Poppy field, 10 x 48", oil on canvas
"Canoes" | Acrylic | 30 x 30"
Howe Sound Mountains Oil on Canvas 30X30
SOLD | “Twiglight Hour” Acrylic 18" x 36"
Rocky Coast Oil on Canvas 24X39
Mud Bay and Mount Baker | 24" X 36"
"Backyard Creek" | Oil on canvas | 30" x 30 "
"Valley View" | Oil on canvas | 12" x 60 "
"Emerald Valley" | oil on canvas | 36" x 36"