Esther Liang

Where does inspiration comes from?

My art is the visualization of my interpretation and fascination with the world. My paintings always end up explore things that are unknown to me. 

Sometimes I am lucky enough to receive an answer through the process, yet most times more questions raise during the process of development. 

Some main things I am inspired by are my interpretations of love, mental health, pain and fear, curiosity, pleasure, and most importantly, my dreams. I've always had extremely long and vivid dreams for as long as I can remember.  

My dreams are packed with so many interesting visuals and mysterious events that I wish to share with the world.  

What kind of music do you listen to?


For music, I download whatever speaks to me at the moment and don't have a specific genre that I commit to. I don't make playlists and like to shuffle my music because I enjoy being stimulated by different emotions, tempos, and melodies.

Shuffling music allows my creativity to flow in multiple directions and often resulting in a broader view of the subject I'm tackling. 

Fun fact

I dream every single night and can remember most of them down to every detail. 

One part of my morning routine is writing them down first thing after I wake up and revisit them for creative inspiration later on. 

Active Auctions

HEART OF THE CITY
Digital sculpture. PNG, 960×540

DON’T LOOK BACK, 2020

Digital painting and collage. JPG, 4000×5000.

Gallery

SERPENTINE LOOP, 2019
Oil on canvas
24 x 36
MEMBRANE, 2020
Oil on canvas
 
30 x 40 cm
 
Have you broken free yet? Or are you still incarcerated within that dark and frigid place?
VICIOUS CYCLE 恶性循环 , 2016 
Acrylic on canvas
18 x 24
 
Sinking into the daunting void while drenched in intoxicating pleasure, you find yourself in a battle between desire and morality.

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