To paint a life 畫一個人生

Taipei Times
April 5, 2015

“When I was a kid, I would start drawing whenever I got hold of a drawing pen,” said Chang

Chang Chun-chieh expresses his creativity on canvas on March 14 in Taipei. 張鈞傑在畫布上塗抹出他的創意。攝於三月十四日,台北。 Photo: Kuo I, Liberty Times 照片: 自由時報記者郭逸

Chang Chun-chieh expresses his creativity on canvas on March 14 in Taipei.
張鈞傑在畫布上塗抹出他的創意。攝於三月十四日,台北。
Photo: Kuo I, Liberty Times
照片: 自由時報記者郭逸

Chun-chieh, who is 24 years old and likes painting anywhere and everything. His artistic creativity can be seen in his sketch books, on the dining tables or even walls. After growing up, his graffiti habit still stayed with him, but he also began to sketch real objects and developed his abstract style. Black and white are the two primary colors that he uses to construct irregular lines and shapes.

During junior and senior high school, Chang put his paint pens aside and stopped painting for a full six years, forcibly threw himself into other pursuits, passed the entrance examination and entered the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National United University. He led an ordinary and peaceful life. Then, three years passed in the blink of an eye. One day in his junior year, he saw Franz Kline’s artwork, Chief. The simplicity of Kline’s lines blew Chang’s mind. When he went home that day and cleaned his room, he suddenly found his childhood sketch books. “A voice spoke to me, saying that I still love drawing the most,” said Chang.     [FULL  STORY]

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