I use acrylic to draw on silk then mount it on acrylic board, and then pour resin on top of it. It becomes transparent and then I draw another layer underneath. After I finished all the process I stick it on an acrylic frame made by myself.
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ABOUT THE WORK
I want to express the endless cycle, the alternation of everything. Inspired by Buddhism, Things are always changing, inconstant, undergoes... Read More
I want to express the endless cycle, the alternation of everything. Inspired by Buddhism, Things are always changing, inconstant, undergoes rebirth, and death. So my paintings are mainly in circle form, with buildings, crystals, stones, and plants in a winding way to express their interdependence and the cycle of birth and death. This series of paintings inspired by the Chinese poem, “Flowers no flower” by ancient Chinese poet Bai Juyi, expressing the illusion and perishability of things.“Like the flower that fades and dies, like the morning mist, that which comes in the darkness of night, departs at first light, life that comes in spring like a dream, leaves like a morning cloud, and then is nowhere to be found.”