This painting, "A letter to my father," is remarkably different from the other images and has moved me in an unexpected direction: Portraits!
It shows that I am excellent in this field. My mother ordered the artwork, who wished for a portrait of my father on her wall. My father passed away earlier this year, and we all miss him very much. At the revelation, my mother and my sister started crying as if they had just met him alive again. Sharing the picture on social media, I received many messages from people who knew my father, all confirming that I had captured the glance in his eyes, his entire being in that painting. I feel that he is very much alive in that painting myself, and creating it has been a healing process. My father was an architect, and I always sought his recognition of my work. The letter he is holding in his hand would probably say: "I miss you, dad, and look how good a painter I am becoming." And in a minute, he would say: "Thank you for the beautiful words."