Tuesday, July 13, 2010

"Demo at Wilmington 2" --- Sold

This is my second demo at my Wilmington workshop. I am sorry the photo is a little blurred. My study of leaves starts to pay off. This one did show more mystery and drama.

After several days at the North Carolina beach, I am back to my lab this morning working as an engineer again. You know what, toggling between art and science feels like traveling on a Time Machine. I belong to two completely different worlds, in which people are expecting utterly different things from me...... Oh. I’d better to do my photonic measurement now. My boss will call me for the result very soon. He did not know I have snuck out for a while and taught a workshop. If you know him, please keep the secret, will you?

9 comments:

Theresa Bayer said...

I love how the yellow rose looks like a star. Makes a good painting into a fantastic one.

Chris said...

Qiang, I love your work; it is so consistently beautiful; please come out to Los Angeles to do a workshop!
How do you photograph your paintings?

thanks;

Chris Page

Carrie said...

Wow! This painting is beautiful. All your paintings are, however when I opened this one the word breathtaking popped into my head!

Loretta Gragnani said...

Your secret is safe with me. How do you get such beautiful photos of your work at a workshop? Your work is amazing and getting better and better. Congratulations, your hard work is paying off.

s said...

Since you fly alot for your workshops, it there any paints, etc, that you have a problem with on planes?
What do you take and what can't you take with you?
Thanks
JOhn

martinealison said...

Beau travail, il me fut plaisant de me promener dans votre blog, je reviendrai.

Dusty Pines said...

the flowers & vase glow like jewels from out of the dark background - lovely!

and - i think yr boss should be proud of you!

Susan said...

Lovely!

Dean H. said...

Great drama in this!!

I won't say a word to your boss...shhhhhhhhh...