Light, shadow, hue, tone, story, heartbeats
This gallery shows a selection of my artwork published in journals, either in print or online.
This picture is titled "Flare" for its powerful resemblance to fire, featuring a peacock with its tail fully opened, taken in Beacon Hill Park, Vancouver, in the summer of 2016, during my study tour. It is interesting to know that peacocks in the park were allowed to walk freely! Some were behind fences which, some how, they could all "fly" over!
Rattle issue 54 has published the image as cover art. The image is cropped to fit the page size of the magazine.
"Secrets in the Waters"
"Secrets in the Waters" was taken in the summer of 2015, featuring a pondering boy seemingly walking towards the waters at the Repulse Bay, Hong Kong. The tone of the image arouses my imagination of the darkness growing from the unknown.
Typehouse Literary Magazine issue 10 has published the image as cover art. The image is cropped to fit the page size of the magazine.
Taken in the summer of 2016, in Vienna's Secession museum , "Waiting" features a man (staff of an exhibition room) sitting quietly behind a sculpture (by American artist Vincent Fecteau) on display. The perspective of the picture makes the man's head sitting right on the centre of the shape's top surface.
*82 Review issue 4.4 has published the image. Click here for the link to the page.
A sample of an experimental art form I have been working on. This is a hybrid form of visual poetry and art incorporating erasure, found poetry, photography, sketching and cutout from magazines. "uncovered" is my first piece of its kind.
Front Porch Review vol. 9 (Jan 2017) has published the image.
This picture was taken at Serpentine Gallery, London, in the summer of 2016. It so happened that the three visitors were watching the artwork in a rather interesting position where the middle lady didn't seem to belong. Was she making a hard decision there?
Adirondack Review (summer 2017) has published the image along with a few of my other photos. Click here for the link to the page.
This gallery is necessarily dedicated to the beautiful UK.