Huang paints with coarse, thick strokes in neutral colors. When viewed from afar, the paintings appear vague and ambiguous but somehow they more accurately represent real and warm feelings.
“It is a repetitive pattern in which we meet and go on our separate ways. Relationships differ in density and thickness. I try to render the tender part of all that comes across as lights in my eyes. By retaining stability and connecting fragmented thoughts, the gentle and honest nature of a relationship becomes the tender love that gives us the courage to keep going—to complete important tasks, to make an effort to keep on living, growing and working.”
The paintings in the bedroom perhaps are the weightless but lingering fragments in our lives, from people, things, and memories, to light and shadows, to meetings and partings.