This pastel painting was replicated from one of the works of the renowned artist Dennis Frost (1925-1982). I first met his paintings from his book - Capturing Personality in Pastel (1986). I love his stylish strokes and palette used in different subjects. His works show a sense of impressionism.2006-06-30
This picture was painted for a poster about work safety in 1994. It depicts a scene that the fledglings are starving, perhaps haven't been fed for a period of time. I wanted to draw out that their parents can never come back because of an accident while they are looking for food.2006-06-27
Don't bring him into the world if you consider him as one of your belongings and expect him to follow your footpath doing what you favour. Don't abuse your sacred love and deceive yourself into believing that all you have done to him are for his good sake.
Let him live his life according to his passion. His existence is not to please you. He is an entity.2006-06-19
After a long struggle, finally, I would like to announce the official launch of this site.
Despite having overcome the challenges during the development process, it doesn't mean my mission on this site has come to an end. Even more hard works are waiting for me to keep this site informative and interesting.
I hope you will enjoy my creations as well as the navigation.2006-06-16
I painted this picture in 1994. Except for its first exposure in an exhibition at my university, I had never had the chance to make it for public viewing.
This is a charcoal and pastel drawing. I remember I came across some materials about mummies from the National Geographic. I was fascinated by their harmonious postures. This triggered my incentive to paint.
I named this picture "The Harmony of Death" as I felt that death might not be as scary as we thought. I may have more complicated views on this issue now but at that time (I was young!) I really had this feeling.2006-06-14
Life is vulnerable. People suffer from loss, loss of their loved ones. One day, we will be the one who causes the suffering. "Take it easy" - simple words but full of hopelessness. "You'll be fine" - what an optimistic greeting! Who the hell is controlling our existence?
Take it easy, my friend. You'll be fine.2006-06-05
History is forgivable but not forgettable. Life is full of flaws. We all sometimes deviate from the right track. But we must have the courage to admit our mistakes and ensure that they won't happen again.
The month of June reminds me of the candle-lights twinkling, reminds me of the spirits waiting for vindication. It's a month worth commemoration and reconsideration.2006-06-02