My work focuses on the combination of traditional Chinese art and the world today, and depicts current social problems or events from my perspective. As a Chinese and Oriental, my growing background determines that my art is Chinese. I think it is not only an identity, but also reflected in my daily life.
The existence of every object has its existence rationality, that is, the existence is reasonable. Existentialism advocates human-centeredness and respect for human personality and freedom. People are different from each other. The formation of a person’s ideological personality is closely related to the original family, people’s experience, and thought. Each creator is different in his individual thoughts and memories, resulting in different painted images. The subject of painting is not the object itself, but an inadvertent record in life, something that lies between the real and the ideal life boundary.
After summing up and summarizing my previous creative experience, I rekindled my interest in deeper exploration of paintability. I tried to simplify all the necessary details, and focused on depicting the sense of volume in the memory, and the sense of edge of the color gamut. The goal is not to portray concreteness, but to express feelings immersed in memory, and to use abstract techniques to express intuitive emotions.
My work always focuses on life, and I always think that reading and experiencing the world are complementary ways to help artists grow, so I often go to various places to observe and explore. With the transformation of time and space, my creation has always been with me. When I look at the lives of people in this world from the perspective of an artist, I often marvel at the diversity of the world.