It is like the moving of the frame – parallel and light; or the picking up of hair ends – irregular and rhythmic. The Hair Culture from Hong Kong takes on her counterpart from Eastern Taipei with her experienced skills and accurate vision.
The extension and direction of lines and curves are instinctive techniques of Yi-Ching Hung , who creates pictures with overlapping and intercepting points and lines, which chase and, at the same time, going against one another. Each stroke is a soft and emotional expression from the micro point of view, but also consists of powerful strength when it is viewed from far away.
Looking at the art work is like watching a slow motion version of blowing, cutting and combing hair - the rhythmic lines go up and down, while some of them were cut off in the middle and fly to the sides. Yi-Ching Hung captured the action in a static drawing with the changes of dynamic Hair Culture skills, bringing a fresh look for your eyes and brain, and allowing you to smile from the bottom of your heart this summer.