Having always had an unhealthy love of classical paintings since a very young age, China’s pursuit of perfection has led her to training with the Academy of Realist Art after graduating from Wimbledon College of Art. Her practise now covers a wide breadth of disciplines including commercial works for Dominos, Xero and Amazon, and other challenges such as storyboards and scenic painting.
Over the past years, China has taken this idea and applied it to look into the natural world and question whether those principles can still exists with brainless beings. The effect of the human hand on mother nature is an impressively fearful factor in today’s world. Perspective can tell a story in a whole new light and make you wonder who is in control? Who will win in the end? She paints from angles that make the viewer feel small and realise that perhaps we are not the winners in this leg race, and the viewers must stop and take in the beauty of life in all aspects. The undisturbed angles in which China captures, show the true essence of nature and like her figurative world, makes you wonder as the viewer, should you really be looking in?