PROCESSIONAL  RUBBING   II

I travelled to Tibet two years ago, a place which can purify our souls. What impressed me the most was that on the pilgrimage route believers worshiped every five-steps and kneeled down every ten-steps again and again until they arrived at their destination. In my opinion, their worship means to compare their body to the pilgrimage route in terms of its length, which demonstrates the process of fulfilling and polishing their belief as an individual. That is the bodhi in their hearts – the holy land in the soul. So I created a series of artworks to express this spirit.

                                    Writing Repeatedly "阿弥陀佛" 

                            Acrylic paint, brush, 60 cm x 80 cm, 2017

                                                     White Map

                       Silk, linen, red line, needle, 60 cm x 80 cm, 2017

                                                             Bodhi Mountain

                                      Acrylic paint, red line, 60 cm x 80 cm, 2017

                                                                           

                                                        Brush, ink, 120 cm x 25 cm, 2017

Sketches x 5, 35 cm x 35 cm, 2017