I once saw an article written by Wu Qiang in a magazine, and I am very much interested in one paragraph of it: Painting is not only a hands-on process, but also a process of critical thinking, and a process of deepening the image and continuously sublimating the artistic conception. Some painters are accustomed to figuring out their conception in front of the painting and will continue their work according to the established principle. At the same time, the author will also hope that the viewers can feel and respect the original ideas; while some other painters pay attention to the sporadic occurrences in the process of painting. They seek to understand through deduction, and the artistic conception will occur in the process of deepening the work, so as to create a novel and different work; for the rest painters, they pursue the understanding after the work has been finished, as they do not express something straightforward, but put more emphasis on the interaction between the works and the viewers. The works only become perfect with the views’ thinking, by obtaining the effect of voice-overs and image-overs. The expression of such images is non-figurative paintings, which do not strive for similarity in form, but the fascination for viewers.