inspiration for this exhibition is taken from the story of a junior
policeman and a common villager who planted trees for more than
Ordinary people who have love and faith and who are secure in the
things that they do;
people who believe in decent things and who create for the benefit
of society and the next generations, with no intention of reaping
the smallest reward.
was once said that people, born into however bad an environment,
or whatever hardship, still have the chance to become decent citizens
if they have the perseverance to do well.
They can be compared with lotus plants that sprout and grow from
the mud, trying to rise up and bloom above the surface of the
story of the men who planted trees and the lives of lotus flowers
inspired me to create the series of paintings “Born in the mire”,
to give encouragement to those who have faith in doing good deeds.