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”Drawing is a form of probing. And the first generic impulse to draw derives from the human need to search, to plot points, to place things and to place oneself.”                     

                                             -Bento’ s sketchbook by John Berger


Painting is a form of remembering. Every work includes a specific moment. They record those unforgettable or vague fragments, representing the unspeakable thoughts and emotions in the form of landscape. Painting is a way to communicate with myself, a medium to bridge reality and imagination. Taking painting as a way to carry memory and imagination, I endeavor to create landscapes that allow the spirit to wander, whilst trying to locate and find a place for myself during the process.


           – John Berger《班托的素描簿》





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