A representative, mid-generation realist artist in Taiwan, Lee Chu-Hsin (1966-2019) dedicated his decades-long career to realist painting, not only creating several signature series featuring motifs of suitcases, leather shoes, hands, elder farmers and veterans, fabric and horses, but also serving as an educator at National Hsin-Chu Teachers College (later renamed National Hsinchu University of Education, and now National Tsing Hua University) since 1995. In over twenty years, Lee’s work has had a tremendous impact on new generations of realist artists. In addition to artistic creation, he also viewed the education and promotion of art one of the most crucial missions in his life. Yu-Hsiu Museum of Art, located at the foot of Nantou’s Jiu-Jiu Peaks in Caotun Township, is envisioned by the artist and the entrepreneur couple, Mr. Hour Ing-Ming and Mrs. Ye Yu-Hsiu. The museum focuses on the research, exhibition and collection of contemporary realist art, offering audiences and visitors a wide range of art education and outreach programs to shorten the distance between the public and art, including “The Art Class in Museum Project” that is uniquely conceived for remote rural schools.