•Professor of the Arts College of Sichuan University.
•Director of the Professor Committee
•Master of arts
•Member of the China Artists Association
•Master of the Chinese Artists Association
•Director of the Chinese Painting Committee
•Expert who receives government subsidies from the State Council
•The Academic and Technical Leaders in Sichuan Province
•Received many awards at different art exhibitions; many works are at the British Museum and other organizations
His series of works, such as “Old Bridge” and “Forest Shadow,” create a strong visual impression. There is hardly any significant blank space; instead, the whole picture is filled with dotted rocks and trees. In addition, the valley with springs, the stone bridge with old houses, and the pavilion with old trees, which are shown in a partly hidden and partly visible way, become the charming point of the viewer’s scan. All of these works are depicted in a two-dimensional way. The single factor of pure color suggests the rich meaning of seasonal change. For instance, the use of blue shows the coming of spring, red suggests the feeling of heat, deep blue indicates the hot summer, and yellow and blue announce the fall. The works adopt a blurry expressive method, which means mountains resemble trees and all things blend into one harmonious whole. On closer inspection, points are entwined with lines, keeping a neat order in chaos. From afar, the whole structure connects tightly. Therefore, every element can become the focal point of the viewer’s visual scan and picture reading.