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“The mission of an artist is not only to create, but to discover.” –––– Paul Chiang


 Perish II, a large piece of artwork made by metal corrugated panels which were once the walls of his now demolished studio. The years of sun and rain exposure showed the trace of time and imprinted natural rust on iron. These unusual colours and texture were beauty Chiang had never seen before and irreplicable by man.  He discovered that beauty overturned the established imagination of art and material. 



Jinzun : Paul Chiang 

The Jinzun series was made with abandoned black boards, which were used to form concrete into structural shapes.

Paul Chiang regarded the soil stains remaining on the board as natural beauty and mixed pigments and sculptures with cement to give new life and value to the discarded black boards.