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I'm going to introduce a little bit about myself on this page and update every month, so that I can connect with you better and hope that you feel my artworks closer.



A lot of great things have happened to me this month!

I feel real thankful and am grad that I kept working on my artworks

almost everyday for many years.

Sometimes I feel like completely ignored but I know that's not true -

Each my work has a voice and people sometimes stop by to hear the voice.

Opportunities come from very unexpected places.

I hope to share the good news that I got this month with you soon.

Rabbit Monkeys

"MOMO" and "RINGO"


acrylic on clay and a wooden board

13 x 6 x 5 / 12.1 oz

I switch a mode to create something contemporary and what people expect to see. If I'm lucky, I make something in between sometimes. Also I work on sculptures especially when I feel exhausted working on canvas and paper. Woking on three dimension always gives me different perspective to create something new. I had some sketches for this project but it didn't go how I expected and I'm grad that it didn't because the finish image is surprisingly unique and unexpected. I tried to tone down and minimize colors on the figures to emphasize the figures and texture on the surface. Ugly cute - that's what I like.


I have some ideas what people would like to see and possibly own in their home. This pop art line by me introduces those art works here.

Series calls "Man Who Loves a Cat"

This series "Man Who Loves a Cat" is one of the most poplar series I've ever created.

More people stop by to take a look and purchase from this series.

I came up with the idea that a strong wrestler loves his cat and the cat loves to be held by him so that he/she can scratch his arm to bleed over 10 years ago.

There are small+large paintings and sculptures from this series and normally they find their home very quickly. I need to find some time to create new ones for this series constantly. I'm very happy that people react well to this funny concept!


Hardy's Twins 3 (2023)

acrylic and oil pastel on canvas

24 x 30 inches

When I want to make something completely new and explore more for my artworks, I sketch some then start making small paintings. First time I made a similar painting to this "Hardy's Twins", I had a different idea and the idea didn't work. So I added one more similar figurative image to next to each other. It got very interesting image (in my opinion) so made some more similar small paintings. I thought that this could become some kind of iconic image from my artworks, so decided to make a larger painting as well. It looks like happy and fun kids playing with toys - but there's also disturbing atmosphere. Those kids have their secrets hidden in a dark place that adults don't want to know. I will continue to expand ideas for this series for a while.


OK, That is it for this month.

Thank you for visiting my shop.

Thank you for your time to take a look at my art works.

Wish you all the best and health.





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