My attention is shifting from story-telling to abstraction. I am interested in the formal qualities and arrangements of different shapes, objects, and space, as well as the physicality of paint, which I feel is like a galaxy for me to explore, with different reactions, relations, and combinations.
At the same time, there are symbols and abstracted images from life and things around me in my paintings. The living environment and seasonal changes have always been important factors and inspiration for my art. The fast-paced, bold, busy even cold feeling of my works comes from the urban neighborhood I am living in right now. And nature still thrives in the corners of this urban landscape. I like to turn mundane objects into secret code and present them as something holy, monumental or significant through paintings. I find this to be a magic of art, and this democratic power keeps drawing me in.