A mirage is formed after light is refracted, and then reflected off an object. As if a bright moon hangs in the sky above a bridge, this is a poetic dialogue between a circle and an arch. Using simple geometric shapes to express figurative scenery, the artist makes good use of differences in stone’s translucent qualities. When light spills onto the daisy red wheel, the dim light emitted seems to be a halo that deepens the texture and color, and creates a contrast with the black arch at the bottom that deepens the impression of a hazy moonlight. However, in the end, this is just a mirage – a refraction of the artist’s mental impression and reflected through the work. But, in the art world, the boundary between true and false has always been ambiguous. It is this ambiguity that causes art to be so fascinating and interesting.
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