Oil on canvas, 900 mm x 600 mm an idea of the emergence of life, always learning to fly, trying to be free of the cradle roots that bind. <
Category: Epic 2 – Finding JLW
I am curious as to why artists do self-portraits. After putting it into practice, I realize it is an exercise in psychological self-exploration. Unlike facing a model, I face up to my questions myself whilst creating or recreating the image. Instead of painting an accurate likeness, I choose to explore the projection of who I want to be or not want to be, mingled with endless curiosity, doubt, joy, skepticism, pride, fear, desire, freedom and so on… I find the process provides me with an opportunity to face myself with more honesty and veracity.
Oil on canvas, 500 mm x 700 mm Ballpen on paper, 200 mm x 300 mm
Go Forth My Tendrils (枝蔓垂相樛)
Ballpen on paper, 200mm x 300mm
Oil on canvas, 1200mm x 800mm The sensation of latin dance
Pencil on paper, 400 mm x 300 mm an idea of the emergence of life, always learning to fly, trying to be free of the cradle roots that bind.
Oil on canvas, 500mm x 700mm
Oil on canvas, 800 mm x 1200 mm
Ballpen on paper, 200 mm x 300 mm
Pencil on paper, 400 mm x 300 mm