I was fortunate enough to witness the true face of Mount Fuji when I was traveling in Japan. Since then, I have been deeply attracted by its extraordinary aura. I wondered how to show it on the canvas, and finally decided to use a simple, interesting and impactful way of expression— —Use simple lines to build a three-dimensional space (which also means origami), and use black, white, gray and neutral tones to create an oriental mystery. In addition, to make the picture softer, a sacred light is gradually created around the mountain. At the bottom of the screen, gray and black gradients are used to produce a reflection effect, and the whole painting also exudes the beauty of wabi-sabi, which fully interprets my feelings about the Japanese mountains in my mind.
黑水輻射與未來神話Black water radiation and future myths，2020