Group Exhibition"The Road Not Taken Ch.2"@Mind Set Art Center

 The Road Not Taken Ch.2

23 April – 21 May 2016
Venue|Mind Set Art Center
Reception|4:00 pm, Saturday, 23 April 2016
Following the first chapter, Mind Set Art Center is delighted to present “The Road Not Taken Ch.2”
from 23 April to 21 May 2016. We are pleased to have 11 artists from China, Japan, the Philippines, 
Malaysia, and Romania to participate in this exhibition。The artists are: Victor BALANON, Marina 
CRUZ, Patricia Perez EUSTAQUIO, Oana FARCAS , Ana Maria MICU, Shinji Ohmaki, Cătălin PETRIŞOR, Hanna PETTYJOHN, WU Yiming, YEE I-Lann , and YU Ji. The opening reception will take place from
4:00 pm on Saturday 23 April. You are cordially invited to attend the event. 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
And that has made all the difference.
I took the one less traveled by,
as wrote by the poet Robert Lee Frost (1874 – 1963) in his famous poem The Road Not Taken, life 
could be full of ruggedness and loneliness, especially one that pursues art. WU Yiming’s ink painting 
Camouflage 3 depicts an imagery of the contemporary urban wood with outstanding brushworks 
and dripping. Light and shadow dance to poetic rhythm within a world composed of green, brown, 
grey and blank, where two trees could be made out from the camouflage pattern, resembling what 
we might be confronted with in the labyrinth of life. 
Marina Cruz continues her exploration originated from old family dresses. In her recent painting, 
White Lines on Red Horizontals, details of a red dress are rendered exquisitely showing the textures 
of threads, folds, cuts and seams. Rich expression and feel of the fabric implicate the past stories 
and history, leading us to look back at the paths we have taken. 
Unseen consciousness and hidden order beneath the presentation have always fascinated Cătălin 
Petrişor. Blended with scientific reason and poetic romanticism, Petrişor’s work emphasizes on the 
conversation between human and the nature. In this exhibition, he takes us into the world of 
thoughts and ideas where real and airy elements interlace with each other. Doubts, searching and 
reflection could lead us to new horizons and the ongoing Contemporary Art is like a wood where 
the whole picture is hard to grasp but possibilities are limitless, where we shall continue our pursuit
of touching scenery and inspirations. 
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