Playful Moments, 2017
When my children were toddlers, I did not spend as much time with them as I should have. Oftentimes, I would be on the road, trying to hustle and struggling to keep my company afloat.
During those long, lonely drives on the highways, I would always imagine my little kids playing in the house. In my mental theater, I would imagine them skipping ropes, throwing toys around and making innocent mess all over the house.
The living hall will always be filled with sunshine coming through from the windows and everything will always seem fun and full of happiness.
When I took to painting, all I had to do was just to pour all my beautiful memories, imaginations and subconscious snapshots onto the canvas.
One day, my intuition decided to throw out the vision I had during those long drives home, and that resulted in this artwork that is full of skipping ropes, sunshine and laughters of my little children.