My art works are sort of diverse. For fanArts which are motly digital arts that I am good at, I depict those characters with love and with my imagination of the untold part of those stories of them. For original works, drawings and paintings and also digital arts, I want to make peaceful and quiet art pieces which will reflect my characteristic- introverted and shy.
Additionally, I plan to write a story with my own illustrations in which I will fit in all my original characters, whose prototypes, mostly, I got from my sentimental memories.
I have an imaginative world, where my unrealistic and absurd dreams dwell. In silence, I observe them, those who come and go in a flash and those whom I used to be friends with, those whom I used to love, only memories left behind. I draw them down, those who only have blurry faces in my mind, sometimes with poignance- the poignance that those memories could not come to life again. I make up a series of stories, to let them come together in front of the imaginative me and to let them finish the stories for me with a good ending, the stories which have already been done in reality, some with grief, some with regret and some with guilt.
My inspiration is from life, from things that can not be observed by eye. From those subtle changes just like a blossoming daisy on a bicycle lane, from melancholic moments such as a raven crying in rain. From the nostalgic sentiment under chilling wind and from the reminiscent fragrance on boyfriend's shirt which reminds me his kiss tasted like mint.
I want to let my stories make sense to others, in order to share those memories with them. As in Lois Lowry's The Giver, he writes, "The worst part of holding the memories is not the pian. It's the lonliness of it. Memories need to be shared." In order to achieve this dream, there is still a long, long way to go. I will keep running on the way, no matter it is a dull career for an artist, or a cruel trail for a mundane.