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Painting: Acrylic, Pencil, Marker on Canvas, Other.
I always believe that no matter what form of art, the "human" factor in a piece of work is the most important. Facing the mechanical and cold informatics society, traces of human existence are slowly disappearing, people even have to starve themselves to know they are still alive.
My work has always been pursuing the direct human spirit. No matter its a face, a landscape, I always want to tear away the surface "mask" and show the real living "human" world. Not purposely pursuing, but as if these things have inject themselves into my body and blood. Like an unknown force drove me to do so. I feel that as long as it came from the heart, even if we cannot interpret it, but as long as it surface, we should view it seriously. Regardless of how we give our creation to put on a coat, humanity is vice versa, works with human soul inside the viewer will feel it and will always be touch by them.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection