West Los Angeles College, 2006
Q. Wang developed his painting style -- freeism by using free colors, free shapes, and free strokes to do his art works. The result is a free atmosphere, and a space of imagination.
Technically, Q. Wang broken the space. Generally speaking, before Manet, peoples all try to paint alike, after Manet, peoples try to paint dislike. It's a broken process. Monet broken the brush, Van Gogh broken the plane, Matisse broken the colors, Miro broken Shapes, Picasso broken the construction, Abstraction broken the object. Now,Q. Wang broken the space. He broken the space in many different ways. For example, he broke the bars between 2-Dimension and 3-Dimension paintings. Most of his paintings are something between 2-Dimension and 3-Dimension or a combination.
Q. Wang paints the spirits by heart. Before Van Gogh, peoples all paint what they saw, and let the viewers to see what they painted. Since Van Gogh, peoples began to paint what they thought, and let the viewers to think what they painted. But Q. Wang does not paint what he saw, and what he thought. He paints the spirits, and let the viewers to feel it by heart. His paintings have no details, but have characters. Each of his painting is different with others.
Q. Wang's painting is revolutionary. Most people don't understand it. Just like peoples don't understand Monet and Van Gogh at the time.
"As the famous French film producer Jean-Luc Godard said, It’s not where you take things from – it’s where you take them to. Q. Wang has taken me further into the appreciation of my surroundings, people, and love. That is what art is all about." -- Gary Sorkin