Her rounded tip nose
Was straight with a cute shape
Her Alsatian French
Was perfectly soft
Gone with the haze
The artwork is a part of the Montage Poem Oil Paintings: THE LIPS OF FORGETTING CRAZINESS of A CH Painting Book (http://www.amazon.com/Montage-Poem-Oil-Paintings-FORGETTING/dp/1367882060):
This book is dedicated to express concern about Haze Air Pollution and our surrounding environment.
Poetry and art are not far apart, sometimes even very close. They seem like a pair of first love, and are hard to leave each other. In fact, letting poetry marry painting has existed in ancient Chinese painting. Montage art, looks like the charm and the extension of poetry. In varying degrees, both adjust time and recombine spaces. Thus using poetry and Postmodern-Narrationism painting to reproduce this combination of whole and micro-space ("editing" separate contents to fit close together) is undoubtedly an interesting attempt.
Haze is a hazard to human health, and it returns all humans to the same level. Because we are all equal before the haze, beggars and millionaires have to "enjoy" the same product. Consequently, we have no time to discuss the existence of aliens, there is no need to argue that aliens came to earth or not. Good governance of our living environment is imperative!
However, it may not be wrong if aliens visit Earth. Maybe they can help us to control haze. So in my painting, it is assumed the existence of aliens, and they have come to earth... Ancient Chinese idiom used to be as close as lips and teeth to express the interdependent relationship. Earthlings and aliens should all be viewed as the "universe-men". Therefore interdependence becomes normal.
April 16th, 2016
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