Lockdown Vista

Window Art Display | Downtown


Asian American and/or Pacific Islander Owned
Women Owned

“Lockdown Vista” is an art installation exhibiting three large paintings from my Dream Walk series. Edvard Munch said “Nature is not only all that is visible to the eye… it also includes the inner pictures of the soul.” I was deeply connected to his idea of the inner picture of the soul, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. I started to appreciate visiting lakes and walking on trails more than before. Nature has been a place to create more peace and balance in my everyday life. I was attracted to East Asian botanical ink-wash paintings and Munch’s landscapes. While painting landscape and botanical images, I spent time experimenting with Chinese ink on rice paper. Later, these ink-wash paintings were collaged and painted with acrylic paints on canvases. I use abstract visuals as a way of connecting and uplifting people with open-mindedness because abstract art offers various meanings to each viewer.

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