Instincts and impulses for art fills my daily life.
My strong passion and desire for creating art wasn’t discovered and exploded until I graduated from collage, where I actually abandoned myself in the world of mathematics. The summer I graduated from collage, I went on a trip to Washington D.C.. where I visited art museums. And in there, I found I couln’t stopping looking at those arts and totally got obessed bythe works and stunned by the creativity of them. I would say this is my formal beginning of my art careear.
My connection to art has always been special, because early on I have had been mostly fasinated by the rigorness, abstractness, and beauty of mathematics also physics. And this experience actually accumulated to the passion and foundation for doing art today. This attraction by math with strong curiosity and imagination turns out to be the same reason that I apprecatite art so much and have my own unqiue perspective while appreciating and creating art. After all, mathematical language is the most universal artistic creation by itself. Besides my appreciation for math, I truly enjoy philosophy. As a result, my connection to art is not just artistic but also mixed with my scientific, philosophical and poetic emotions and thoughts. I have been rencently doing photography. Each of my work comes with an implicative meaning that goes with its art style hamouniously. In my leisure time, I also teach myself oil painting and pencil drawing. As I said in the very beginning, my creativity and instincts comes from daily life. Rather than purposely looking for instincts, I keep reading and studying in diverse fields. The process of improving myself refills me with newer perspective and instincts of creating more impressive arts.
In my understanding,art’s form is created as an expression or state of conciousness,and its spirit is embedded in the formless imagination evoked by human spirit, and the universal humanity. And I belive my background in math and philosophy provides and helps me through an uniqueperspective in creating art. It is just as the inpiring quote said by Edgar Degas “art is not what you see, but what you make others see”