THE ART BRAIN
The Art Brain by Ju i - C h e n H U
My Wonderful World 100X80 cm Acrylic and Oil on Canvas 2010
The Way 100X80 cm comic book 2008
Please auto focus love, hate,and enmity 2 Acrylic on Canvas 116X91.5 cm 2009
Please auto focus love, hate,and enmity I Acrylic on Canvas 116X91.5 cm 2009
The Chi People Once upon a time, there was a person live in the country Chi in acient China. He always worries about when the sun will burn out, when the flowers will fade, when the rivers will drain..... People laugh at him, said "No need to worry about somwthing unnecessary you can worry about. The sun will not burn out, the flowers fade when fall comes, the rivers will never drain......." That's how we've been told, but is it true?
Three Mirrors I Acrylic on Canvas 91X72.5 cm 2010
Colony Isolation Acrylic on Canvas 97X130 cm 2010
Choice I & II Acrylic on Canvas 40X40 cm 2009
The Forth Touch Acrylic on Canvas 40X140 cm 2010
Qu Yua II Acrylic on Canvas 97X130 cm 2010
Qu Yuan I Acrylic on Canvas 97X130 cm 2010
The Organ Continent The thoughts in mind is invisible, but to define the invisible is something you can not see. When it comes to the horror movies, the scariest scene would be turn the person inside out, to see the not visible internal flash, something is not tangible become something spread out in front. Just to imagine the reality, everything you can see, everything cannot be seen.
We try to cover Acrylic on Canvas 110X40 cm 2010
Expending Meat Acrylic on Canvas 50X190X5 cm 2011
The New Born Acrylic on Canvas 50X50X3 cm 2011
Decoration of an Eyeball Acrylic on Canvas 50X50X3 cm 2011
The Metal Designs I've been interested in metalsmithing for a long time, since my childhood. The metals always calm me down, it's a hard material with a soft mind with heat. It can carry different kinds of stones to make the ideas blended together, but the elements they are still seperated. The hardness of metal will melt with the warmest mind.
Eight Paths Silver, Crystal, Stainless Steel 6X6X1cm 2010
Three of Life brass, copper, 13X7X7 cm, 2010