SOLO

exhibition

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Jiang

Huabei

UNITED STATES

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"My works are mostly inspired by the beauty of my hometown.”

I began painting when I was about 7-year-old.

Even in the softness of trees and flow of water, there are notable hard lines of shadow and light. While there is no human imaged, here is a distant Prague both before humans and left behind by humans. Perhaps it is the perspective of a raincloud if rainclouds could see: a moment’s interweave: nature of structure, structure of nature.

In the first few months, I did it just by myself, but soon I started to learn from two adult art teachers, for over a year in total.

Autumn of Wannan-China

Pastel

$5,000

At the low center, a human and bull walk and work: basic elements of continuing like seasons. The body of the bull is a map guiding a human forward through a path of light among turning seasons.

My works are mostly inspired by my hometown (Sichuan, China) or other places in China that have landscapes like my hometown.

The "trick" in life is to learn how to do things efficiently.

I attempt to express my art in harmonic colors to reflect my impression of the landscapes using ink/color pencil, pastel or watercolor.

As a tenured professor of biomedical engineering with a distinguished science career, I’ve made pioneering contributions to several novel optical imaging technologies, and I continue to be a leader in these fields.

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I am a tenured professor of biomedical engineering with a distinguished science career who has made pioneering contributions to several novel optical imaging technologies including diffuse optical tomography and photoacoustic tomography and is still a leader in these fields.

What encloses is black and grey. The rest, a land of pastel. No detail is needed in the cherry or plum, pillowing out from the earth.

I attempt to express my works in harmonic colors to reflect my impression of the landscapes using ink/color pencil, pastel or watercolor.

The water is always mirroring without lines. A human’s chest is marked by a red dot, the human with spear in hand, pointing where? Tree light under a shrouded sky.

In my life, my practices of science and painting often complement and inform each other. I have personal experience where my ability/skill in art helped me make breakthroughs in scientific research by sensing the beauty contained in mathematical equations I derived.

Prize Ribbon (1)

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Describe your image

Line of the skyward limb and line of bridge, will you connect the grey and aqua worlds so that we might rest in them together?

In art, I often use a scientific mind to paint in an entirely new way in simplified or rich color.

Sometimes, trees take back what took them. See them mirror learning from the milky star, taking over walls in cycles around the sun?

People often wonder about how I find the time to juggle both my art and my science. The "trick" is to learn how to do things efficiently.

A branch is a kind of songbird with thousands of wings, grounded and souring, still. Above the village, what waits to be seen? She sheds her feathers to warm you.

I often teach my students that there are always best approaches out there for each unique individual – you will just need to have such a mentality and keep practicing until you can do things super-efficiently.

The waterline begins another side of perceiving. Out here, a fluid silence holds Wannan in its slumber. Of moonlit mist, let her dream.

In art, I often use a scientific mind to paint in an entirely new way in simplified or rich color.

Turquoise. Inhale in the dampened wood. Come in, dear sky, and exhale with me. A symphony of staccato groundcover plucks away its chorus. Stop here among the tender-specked earth.