Huiquan Jiang is a visual artist working across mediums with painting, video, and site-responsive installation. Her works are the expression of intuition and the spiritual pursuit closest to purity and sanctity. Jiang’s works have been on view at the Scollay Square Gallery at Boston City Hall and collected by the Museum of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Chinese traditional painting from the Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, China, and an MFA in 2D painting at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston. She currently lives and works in Boston.
The yearning for freedom and the aspiration of bizarre phenomena drove me into creativity. My multidisciplinary art is grounded in reverence for nature and the adoration of the occult—the artwork without self-conscious intervening functions as a vehicle of spiritual expression and orientation to visualize the invisible by creating a totemic and intuitive association. I define myself as a channel to engage the supramundane creatures being visible and with their vitality and spirit continuously living on the canvas.