Submarine Flow, her biggest work introduced at this time, was enough to overwhelm viewers by a school of small fish found in the ocean floor and its spirit swirling along with the flow under marine. Furthermore it has a 3D look. She painted over more than ten times on the paper and made it stood on the background to express submarine energy.
The depth, strength given off by a 3D look and a versatile use of an acryl oil painting were outstanding. The images in the sea showed a reconstructed screen, not an image of nature as it is. She adopted a red color of coral and a green color of water plant and configured the canvas with multilayer technique.
The works submitted to the exhibition are on the border between figurative and non-figurative art. They may be called figurative art, dare I say it, but bear comparison to say non-figurative art. Perhaps her journey into the sea and unconsciousness will be continued. The sea occupies three quarters of the earth. Till now she has remained in one quarter and now challenges the rest three quarters. Till now she painted the dark in the light but now is going to paint the light. Her skill to manage the light in the dark is looked for.