Artist in Residence
Harrow Beijing International School
25 meters by 3 meters wide long, this work represents William Butler Yeats’ metaphorical journey through life, as represented by the passage of time in the waves of the material of fabric.
Painted with the calligraphic brushstroke acquired during my 8 years in China, the brushstroke is used to tap into the emotional process experienced in both contemporary and ancient cultures. In China, the brushstroke represents the state of mind of the artist; the long, thin brush records the artist's internal affect. Ms. Hudak writes that "In this way, too, like Yeats, I am trying to reach Byzantium."