By peeling back the layers of time and processes, we can see visually the effect that having extra time can make. Time, after all, is the singular most valuable thing in our lives. A moment in time quickly becomes history, but at least here, it becomes appreciable and persistent - the recorded layers (like rings of a tree) urge you to record each moment as it happens.
|Technique:||Pencil on Paper|
|Contents:||Shadow, Time, Memory, Moment, Landscape, Light, Nature|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||24in x 30in|
|Unframed Size:||22in x 28in|
Jing Jia, AFCA
Burnaby, British Columbia
Jia was a graphic designer and layout editor. After moving to Canada, Jia studied Fine Arts at the UBCO , making the Dean’s list. Her works have been exhibited and awarded in numerous art shows throughout the years.
"Art is a visual language, exploring with different art mediums is trying different ways to "talk"."