I am an ART lover who believes in art and what it can bring to humanity.
I merely try to read each face in turn, which sometimes makes me stare at individuals perhaps longer than normal. I believe each face has its own story, especially those that are not disguised.
War, poverty, and the hard life are the themes of my works. Furthermore, I often like to portray children’s faces as they can express more about life, or, it maybe more accurate to say they speak much more honestly, as they are not yet masked.
Art has always been a powerful medium for depicting our feelings, and in particular admiration and criticism. As an artist, I have found my portraits effective for expressing my sympathy toward the ones who have been unfairly treated because of injustice, prejudice, war, poverty or natural disasters. I hope to make visitors who see my faces think profoundly about the hard life many people in different parts of the world are dealing with. Often caused at least in part due to ignorance, war is a phenomenon that can be stopped or even prevented; we are all responsible for highlighting the essentiality of peace and justice in our own ways. The following is my way.