Chung-Chuan Cheng, ‘Clear Mind’, 2017, Powen Gallery

Chung-Chuan Cheng adopts only a few colors for each work, such as red, yellow, black and white. Besides, her fluid strokes are like strong winds, floating clouds, flowing rivers, or even fireworks.

Some works are similar to fantastic moments when fireworks set off in the night sky; some plant-like strokes seem to imply friendship or love; some objects are eager to "fly" and start a journey into the unknown. Viewers could also see life-force or even images that can be associated with the cycle of Yin-Yang from the paintings.

There's one thing for sure: Chung-Chuan Cheng values the meaning of life after experiencing ups and downs in her life. She shares her inspiration of life and tries to bring the positive energy to the public. Through the interaction with her paintings, viewers can feel her cares and enthusiasm in her arts and dreams.

About Chung-Chuan Cheng

Taiwanese, b. 1931, Hsinchu City, Taiwan Province, Taiwan, based in Tokyo, Japan