Bernice Bing (1936-1998) was a Chinese American artist born in San Francisco, California in 1936.
She was known for her interest in the Beats and Zen Buddhism, and for "calligraphy-inspired abstraction" in her paintings, which she adopted after study with Saburo Kasegara.
She was an activist and an arts administrator in the 1980s in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Her work Mayacamas, No. 6, March 12, 1963 is held by the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. It was inspired by the Mayacamas Mountains of Northern California.
She died in Philo, California in 1998.