The artist freely expresses the classic theme of 'expressing the vitality that comes from the creation and change of nature' with colors that are close to actual colors, sometimes with colors that are not in reality, and create tranquil, sometimes whirling close to abstraction. He paints expressionist works. However, the flow of consciousness and the way of expression are based on detailed conception and eskis, not an accidental combination through the instantaneous use of paper, brush, and ink. Looking at the content and form of his works, monochrome paintings based on oriental philosophy contemplate nature and vitality through brush touches, color paintings expressing natural landscapes by mixing collages or modern mediums, and finally, modern reproductions of nature and vitality. It can be divided into a series of works based on the philosophy of postmodernism to interpret and convey its essence.
After all, under the same theme of vitality from various landscapes and shapes of Mother Nature, he does not stop at reproducing or describing the visible object well, but faithfully expresses its essential value of existence, so that even different works have characteristics that are not discriminatory in their feelings. From the middle of 2022 until now, the artist combined Chuang Tzu's traditional philosophical thoughts with the Western philosophical thoughts of Gilles Deleuze and Jean-Francois Lyotard, who view living things as open and active entities that are constantly changing, not immortal, to create a background for the creation and change of nature. Various variations of the expression of vitality are expressed in the form of a series of paintings. In particular, the Fish series introduced in this FOCUS London has an important meaning in opening a new horizon of understanding the meeting of the East and the West in his work.