Imagination, emotion and memory – I paint anything that touches my heart.
A renaissance woman in the 21st century
A renaissance woman in the 21st century. Intellectual, enlightened and mentally strong.
Talking about IoT? When can we free ourselves from our wands? Perhaps soon. But legislation has to catch up.
Remembrance – Music in hand. Breeze. This image came into my mind.
Proof of Existence. Imagine being in a different society, would you still be trying so hard to prove that you exist?
It’s the gentle breeze and the universe that absorb and drag me back to my childhood. That feeling never went away.
It was a lunar total eclipse on a blood moon.
Natasha from War and Peace. We cannot judge a person in the past with the current “standards” but a person full of positive energy always shines brightly.
My favourite sculpture, Nature Unveiling Herself Before Science by Louis-Ernest Barrias. I love science because nature is beautiful.
Sunset through the Window
Unhappy Cats in the Cemetery
A Corner in Harvard Yard
Portrait of an Ideal
The feeling in your chest when you see this OR She will be boring when she is old.
Shadow of Io.
Shadow of a Bubble Umbrella
【荷•不染】Lotus is one of my favourites. Every part of the plant is useful. I had to use some imagination to create a world under water.
Scipio Green the Handsome
Fragment of a Floor Mosaic with a Personification of Ktisis, 500–550 Byzantine The Metropolitan Museum of Art The actual mosaic is made of marbles and glass in brown tones. Although very beautiful as is, the colors are probably limited by the technology back then. This painting deliberately reverses some colors and exaggerates the contrast, giving the mosaic a surreal look. However, the background is not complete. Making a new mosaic based on an ancient one requires imagination and sometimes dealing with the missing pieces, much like studying history.
Did not notice the details in these buildings until I started painting them
Best moment in high school – Me and My Fruit. I would bring to school a box of fruit and vegetables every week and eat a type every break between classes.
Reflections on … ?
The climb. For the ocean and the land. It was a very windy day. The sky was close here – Llandudno.
The Earth is a substrate. We are propagating information – Detroit from the air.
Flying in the sea; Swimming in the sky. Sometimes I really have a hard time distinguishing the boundaries of the most beautiful things in nature. Because I don’t want to distinguish them. I am surrounded by them. When you look at this picture, please cover the upper (bottom) half to view the bottom (upper) half separately and then together. I hope you can see the same things I do. ———————————– It’s always inspiring to travel and visit museums. This time, we went to Tenerife, Museo Nacional del Prado, Museo Sorolla, etc. and now we are in Llandudno, Wales, immersing ourselves in the beauty of the blue waves and the singing of the seagulls. Admiring Sorolla’s chunks of oil paint popping out of the canvas and the rich textures in 19th-century Spanish Naturalism paintings, I’m finally brave enough to create such 3-dimensional texture in my “oil” painting. This has been a long-term goal. I hope to be able to learn real oil painting one day.
The mood stone – which is the true colour?