It is painting that has brought Cuishan's parents together. Her father has been working in the advertising industry, while her mother, a great artist, has a persistent and passionate love for Chinese painting. Under their constant influence, Cuishan developed a keen interest, as a child, in drawing pictures about the world the way she saw it. Now she is pretty sure about what she truly want—to devote herself to pure artistic creation and to the great cause of arts.
In Cuishan's eyes, all majors can be called arts and sculpture is but a way to express arts. When she wish to convey something, Cuishan can resort to the combination of sculpture, painting and image. Comparatively speaking, Chinese sculpture is more traditional, with very strict requirements for molding basics. Yet only in this way can one build a sound foundation. Sculpturing could be really exhausting for girls, at least for me. Once in awhile she just wanted to give it all up. But strangely, as Cuishan hanged in there, a passionate love grew deep down in her heart. Perseverance and courage do pay off. Sculpturing practice is conducive not only to a person’s aesthetic taste and molding skills, but more importantly, it fortifies a person’s willpower.
Cuishan rethink about the nature and core of problems concerning arts and individuals, creation and life, visual sense and perception etc. Sculptures are no longer cold and hard objects. Instead, they are warm existence that can reach the inner world of the audience. Eyes are not the only tool to perceive them, because people can feel them with their hands. In the future, Cuishan will strive to integrate artistic creation with life and feelings and present them via diverse senses. In this way, artistic works, no longer confined to visual impact, can strike a chord with the general public.