Ye Jiang: Changing How People See Ordinary Objects

After discovering painting at the age of 10, chinese artist Ye Jiang became obsessed with art and dreamed about becoming a painter. Currently Studying at Pratt Institute, Ye Jiang is working on two series.

One is abstract while the other consists of still life paintings of objects, both series change the way people view ordinary objects.

Sinovision Journal Reporter Jane Stone interviewed him at his studio and brings you the story.

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