The world really doesn't need splendour, but abundance. HSIEH Ming-Chang walked away from literature, and in his eyes the world is beautiful. At first glance, his paintings are delicate and realistic, but upon closer inspection they are full of emotions and the abstract beauty of form. His paintings are like a diary, every day he writes about a different feeling in his life, and every painting shows us the richness of his inner world.
Apart from carrying childhood memories, old bicycles are the most beautiful form of machinery in the eyes of the artist. Whoever said that something has to run smoothly to have a beautiful structure and a musical rhythm.
Originally built in 1738, Longshan temple was renovated twice and transformed into the style depicted in the painting in 1919. This is a work reproduced from an old black and white photo. Two large stone lanterns stand in the square of the main hall. Something truly special.
Red is the color of love and celebration, and a big bunch of fiery red roses expresses the passion and affection between lovers. In terms of techniques, this truly rich and wonderful painting captures the beauty of roses in every state of light and shadow.
Rarely do we get to listen to such a beautiful melody - the arrangement of creek stones, the ripples of water, the illusion of sinkingpebbles submerged into the water, mysterious colors in the dark shadows, and the shining gold light on the water - all together compose this vibrant symphony of light and shadow.
"It would be the most pleasant thing in the world being to be able to take a rest under the shade of this green tree. A refreshing breeze, leaves and ferns covering the ground, the surroundings are quiet, a ray of light cuts through the silence, and the heart becomes lively once again...."
It is fine to say that red represents joy and persimmons represent happiness, but this work captures every gesture nuance of the persimmons, transforming even the green leafy background into ink-like flying strokes and rhythms. This idea is priceless.