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A Melancholy Poem

  • Victim .
13"x19" .
Watercolor on Paper. 
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    Victim . 13"x19" . Watercolor on Paper. Sold
  • Woods.
23"x29".
Watercolor on paper.
Available
    Woods. 23"x29". Watercolor on paper. Available
  • Mermaid. 
23"x29".
Watercolor on Paper.
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    Mermaid. 23"x29". Watercolor on Paper. Available
  • Decay . 
13"x 19" .
Watercolor on Paper.
Available
    Decay . 13"x 19" . Watercolor on Paper. Available
  • Lotus .
23"x 29" .
Watercolor on Paper.
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    Lotus . 23"x 29" . Watercolor on Paper. Sold
  • Lilith No.2.
23"x29".
Watercolor on Paper.
Available
    Lilith No.2. 23"x29". Watercolor on Paper. Available
  • The Last Sleep No.1.
Watercolor on Paper.
20"x29".
Available.
    The Last Sleep No.1. Watercolor on Paper. 20"x29". Available.
  • The Last Sleep No.2.
Watercolor on Paper.
20"x29".
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    The Last Sleep No.2. Watercolor on Paper. 20"x29". Sold
  • Phoenix .
13"x 19" .
Watercolor on Paper.
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    Phoenix . 13"x 19" . Watercolor on Paper. Sold
  • Imprint .
13"x 19" . 
Watercolor on Paper.
Available
    Imprint . 13"x 19" . Watercolor on Paper. Available
  • Gaze .
13"x 19" .
Watercolor on Paper.
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    Gaze . 13"x 19" . Watercolor on Paper. Available
  • Veil.
Watercolor on Paper.
10"x14".
Available.
    Veil. Watercolor on Paper. 10"x14". Available.
  • Lilith . 
20"x30" .
Watercolor on Paper. 
Available
    Lilith . 20"x30" . Watercolor on Paper. Available
  • Wicket . 
13"x 19" .
Watercolor on Paper.
Available.
    Wicket . 13"x 19" . Watercolor on Paper. Available.
  • Baby's Breath 
20"x29"
Watercolor on Paper 
Available
    Baby's Breath 20"x29" Watercolor on Paper Available
Victim .
13"x19" .
Watercolor on Paper. 
Sold
Victim . 13"x19" . Watercolor on Paper. Sold

                            Zhuang Zi, an influential Chinese taoistic philosopher, said," There is no essential difference between life or death, 

                       you or me, since everything is physical; except for Tao which is metaphysical, the law of the universe. Heaven and 

                       earth share the same root, and I and the myriad things are the one." 

                      

                       To be a Taoist, I am looking at my life-long obsession with vulnerability, destruction and questioning the meaning 

                       of life and the form of being after death.