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Local Scenery(part 1)

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Size: 18.2 H x 21.7 W in

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Painting: Watercolor

Size: 18.2 H x 21.7 W in

3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.





























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.

























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.
























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.





























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.





























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.





























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.





























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.





























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.





























3. Local Scenery (part 1)
本地風光 (之一)
46 x 55 (18.2 x21.7 )

The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.

Part one of the series is presented on the left side.


Notes:
The butterfly alights on a flowery bush to imbibe nectar, which is the salience of the pictorial surface and is accentuated by the outlined forms of the white flower, also the buds of it. The painted border inside the right part of the frame revealing the veridical reality outside are reclaimed by the parafoveal and peripheral vision . What is more , not only does the interior of painting transform in the mobility of looking, the clouds dispersing towards the right side also induce eye movements . The saccade throws the sight into the visual array which is brought out to the vividness of the encompassment of nature.



























The name of these series of painting originated from Zen Buddhism. It is a metaphorical expression of the emergence of the sudden enlightenment and the intrinsic worth of existence.

Informative anxieties are not rare among common people and many are overwhelmed by the flood of it , The extrinsic news can only reach our cerebral cortices, but can not nurture our innermost feelings. Therefore many people have the feelings of void and don’t know the reason . The Zen Buddhism inspires us to find the ultimate truth from meditation , then the eternal purity of our nature can be unveiled.

So this series of painting is the concrete imagery of such tranquil state of mind. As a matter of fact, if only can we ignore all the trifles and things of mundanity , we can experience the real pleasure of freedom---kind of the state of the Buddhahood.

The three paintings are just epitome of the magnificent beauty of nature, but the tranquility of the Utopia is the main theme harmonize with the ideal equilibrium of the ever lasting existence. So the landscape ,flowers and birds are not just replica of nature, for they are semantic. The unity of the whole understates the inspiration from ancient tradition; all images accord with each other in the structural framework expressing the vitality of being. I wish the national wisdom would be evoked as kind of measure to reflect upon our mental state.













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