Shi Jing has evolved a painterly method that evokes the surprise we feel each time we see nature in all its majesty. At first glance, his paintings appear to be monochromatic, but as the spectator changes his or her position, planets, mountains, majestic buildings and sometimes human faces gradually appear and disappear. Achieved through minute changes in the direction and thickness of his brushstrokes, these mirage-like visions are deeply meaningful, providing insights into the impermanence of human life and the passing of time.

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