Conversely, several of the other artists on view are representational. Xu Ming paints landscapes, cityscapes, and genre scenes, such as the epic Mountain #5 (2014), which masterfully uses the white of the paper to provide the image’s brightest lights. The graphic, print-like style of Yeh Lan is filled with vibrant depictions of the natural world; in Lost in the Lotus Flower (2013-14), a kingfisher bird admires a large, blooming lotus, the bloom’s red petals spreading wide. Yeh’s brushy marks and bold primary and secondary colors invest the image with intense joy. Wang Qian’s careful and detailed floral paintings capture the delicacy and natural wonder of flowers, with works such as Summer (2014) named after the season in which they appear.