“My work endeavors to locate the connection between Eastern and Western arts through my own memories and experiences.”
From the age of five, I have studied calligraphy and traditional Chinese painting from my grandfather, who was a calligraphy professor.
The figure in the painting uses a photo of a dressed model as a reference image, but here, I removed this model’s clothing myself, Realistic dilemma and my dream, I call this painting an introduction to this project. I sat there and imagining my dreams, but there were also my real dilemmas.
. Additionally, I use the shapes of traditional Chinese hand fans as symbols of youth, with memories of my mother and grandmother brandished the fans, in order to cause me to fall asleep and dream.
who's brain eater?
This image tells a Chinese folk tale. In the story in the painted skin, this cannibal made people in the whole village wonder who the cannibal is. This painting depicts everyone's guess from the exterior of the building and is cautious.
Manipulating these memories of childhood while negotiating my adult life in the United States is my approach to questioning a sense of home and place in a multi-centered society.
My current painting stage is to explore the influence of the surrounding space on me…
How does Western art meet Eastern art? What materials and media can be used better to display their physical shape, color and content?
How does Western art meet Eastern art? What materials and media can be used better to display their physical shape, color and content? How do the tastes of traditional pens and inks follow the ideas and expressions of modern art? As a foreign cultural art, how to integrate Oriental art into American contemporary art, and how to overcome the influence of racism on cultural invasion? Or to persuade traditional cultural protectors to accept the integration of advanced culture? As a Chinese artist living in the United States, I’m researching the integration of eastern and western aesthetics, as well as the loss of identity that can occur when visual cultures begin to assimilate.
How do the tastes of traditional pens and inks follow the ideas and expressions of modern art?
This painting shows the characteristics of ancient architecture, furniture, and decoration from the internal characteristics of traditional Chinese architecture. It focuses on people's anxiety and fear. The difference from the previous one is that it is described from the indoor scene.
“I am curious about the experience, subconsciousness, the expression of beauty in art, the relationship between art and market, the difference between art and national aesthetics, and the role of social feedback in shaping the work of artists.”
Grandma’s flower, this painting is to commemorate the traditional Qing Dynasty small house in our family, where I spent my happiest childhood, those traditional patterns, porcelain, flowers remind me of me from time to time Spent his childhood at grandma's house.
As a foreign cultural art, how to integrate Oriental art into American contemporary art, and how to overcome the influence of racism on cultural invasion?
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Describe your image
This girl, my high school classmate, died in a car accident when she was 18 years old, because she didn't get the corresponding grades to go to college, and she was the only one still in the family. I want to commemorate her death at her best age.