Artist：H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III(H.H. 第三世多杰羌佛)
On its surface, this is an impressionist painting. Large clusters of colors manifest subtle changes. Standing near the painting, one sees clusters of colors painted on a flat surface. Standing far away from the painting, the effect one sees changes to that of a three-dimensional sculpture. What is amazing is that without wearing three-dimensional glasses, one can still very clearly see a three-dimensional effect.
The theme of this painting resembles seeing Mars through a telescope. The artistic clusters of yellow, red, black, and blue seem to have been created through the process of natural planetary erosion over millions of centuries. These colors exist in motion; they are constantly changing and transforming. In short, this painting will bring delight to those who view it.
出處：INTERNATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF AMERICA