Drastic changes are taking in our living environment. No matter the technological advancement, we are anxious about the future. And nature fights back as we exploits it. I named my artwork Paradise on Earth to suggest a Utopia of abundance, which stands in stark contrast to the dark reality we face. I want to dedicate an ode to nature through the mountains, forests and rivers presented in this artwork. I also want to lament over the wounds of our precious environs through the strange rocks and steep valleys in this “paradise.” Ephemeral is our world; it is full of fleeting things. Eventually we will be so miserable as to be going up and down with the currents of garbage we created on our own.