Hey Ha Painting by Zhan Yang

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Hey Ha

Zhan Yang


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Painting: Oil on Canvas, Wood.

Because of his behavior, because of the appearance of a woman who was married to Japan, she became obsessed with Japanese culture. I am longing for the romantic leisure of the cherry blossoms and yearning for the bravery of the Bushido spirit. This year, I went through all the films of Akira Kurosawa and Kitano Takeshi and carefully studied the prints of Katsushika Hokusai and the three-nation portraits of Chuan Guofang. Ukiyo-e during the Edo period, Otomo's music, nohs, and musicals, I can't find any concrete objects in my works. Only attracted by those symbols of aesthetic abstract image. I am obsessed with symbols, infatuated with one by one not knowing the sign. One color block, like a coral bubble. What I want is only the strong vitality they transmit. It is the kind of elegance, psychedelicism, and form. Inexplicable beliefs.
All of my art's direction is to bring others this kind of faith that can survive. The tenacity of the samurai,
Samurai's elegance, samurai's loyalty. At the same time, my behavior works are also trying to spread this form, this kind of tenacity.
It is abstract. It is detached from the world.
Life is but one form. The form is larger than real, and the form itself is real. Several years
After that, we were all dead, leaving only some forms. The truth that we are struggling to follow today is nothingness.
All I can do is to try my best to make it perfect. There is no God, only the cross. There is no Buddha,
Only rosary.





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