The responsibility of a painter is to describe their own life and express personal thoughts, while also recording events and reminding society of the past. Furthermore, I believe that artists must maintain a childlike innocence and approach the world with an open and curious mind to embrace diverse cultures.
In my artistic process, I use hard and soft brushes, palette knives, and various materials, such as gold, pearls, and gypsum powder, to paint on a variety of surfaces. My process involves starting with a realistic sketch and then adding my reflections on social events or incorporating my imagination or mood into the background. I study the relationship between light and shadow in still life and capture models' moods and distinct personalities. I also draw inspiration from books, fables, music, and even my own dreams.
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