Arts Ministry, Calligraphy, Mixed Media, Museum/Gallery, Painting, Photography, Public Art, Sculpture, Theology
Artist / Personal Statement
My mission for art creation is:
Create artworks that (1) manifest my quest into the meaning and significance of our existence against this infinite space-time, and (2) express my profound empathy of panhuman desperation, love, connections, and hope.
On whatever theme I choose to explore, I look to create a body of work that exposes multiple perspectives and dimensions of that theme, using the approach most suitable for expressing my thoughts. This could mean anything in the spectrum -- from photorealism, abstract (expressionism), minimalism, etc. To me, the style is not as important as the theme I want to convey and I am grateful that I am equally fluent in most artistic approaches.
Accomplishments / CV
Eric grew up in Taiwan. Aspired to become an artist, he diligently absorbed the history and techniques of classical music composing and visual art creation in his youth. However, due to the economic situation, he did not get to become a professional artist until decades later.
On his 50th birthday in 2007, he quit his job as a technology executive from Wall Street, so he could create art full time to fulfill his childhood dream of producing quality artwork that touch people’s heart.
Ever since, his artwork have been exhibited in National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts in Taiwan, Queens Museum in New York, Westport Arts Center (Group Shows and SOLOs show), Flushing Town Hall Gallery in New York, Silvermine Guild Gallery, Ridgefield Guild Gallery, Beechwood Arts, and many other local venues and communities in Connecticut and New York.
In addition to creating arts that explore the meaning and significance of existence, showing his empathy of panhuman desperation, love, connections, and hope, he is very active in organizations that help the connections among individual artists and between artists and communities.
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