➤展覽地點：桃園機場第二航廈 一樓 誠藝空間
➤Huang Yen-Jung – Biography：
Huang Yen-Jung is a middle-aged Taiwanese artist who is currently enjoying huge popularity. Her abstract paintings are composed of tangible and intangible presentations of the mind, portrayals of emotional highs and lows, and the bitterness and happiness that are both part of this great world.
She uses abstract language to document and express her emotions, and utilizes non-figurative art forms that are predominantly influenced by Western art. However, many of her paintings that are inspired by imageries also show signs of the Eastern philosophies embedded in her subconscious.
Movement and stillness, imagination and reality, cognition and sensation, abundance and simplicity, separation and mergence, sentiments and scenes, bitterness and happiness, life and death, and heaven and earth are some of the elements that can be found in her paintings. These are concepts that cannot be presented in physical forms. However, abstract creations allow for the expression of the “reality” of the mind’s innermost parts and the embodiment of the “imagery” of one’s original self – presenting a truth that exists beyond the tangible reality.
➤“A Boundless World filled with Fine Details” as a Creative Concept：
The boundless world, like the universe, is steeped in chaos.
Reality and imagination resonate as time and space intertwine.
This is the principle of the composition of a work of art.
Sentiments include our feelings and thoughts, while a scene is made up of the objects and events that we see that are uninfluenced by our subjective ideas.
When sentiments and scenes merge, an artistic concept is formed.
Creating illusions by twisting the shapes of dots, lines, and planes –
That is how I explore the boundaries of art.
Art no longer simply recreates the original forms of nature.
Instead, it reveals the beauty of intrinsic spirits, structures and materials.
The resonance, flow, and spiral between every fine detail
come together to create a boundless world, where my heart is the universe.