Paul Chiang imbued the Pisilian series with lush variations captured the luxuriant, magnificent, brightly multicolored likenesses of flowers, releasing explosive light and heat.
The artist started his residence in Jinzun, Taitung in 2008. Taitung's year-round sunlight, the blue sky and ocean, the flourishing natural wildness, plus the burgeoning flowers in myriad colors that he planted in his garden, all became new elements in his art. The artist let natural light flood into his painting, engaging in a conversation with nature.
The word Pisilian (also spelled "Pisirian") comes from the indigenous Amis language and means "place where goats graze." It is also the name of a village, located in the Sanxiantai area of Taitung.
Pisilian 09-07｜2009｜Paul Chiang｜Oil on Silk｜170 x 390 cm｜Private Collection ©Paul Chiang Arts & Cultural Foundation
Source：Paul Chiang Arts & Cultural Foundation, Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Image size：41.5 x 97 cm
Poster size：50.2 x 101 cm
Printed in Taiwan
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