When air pollution comes, as ordinary people, we can do nothing but wait for the wind. Even if we stay at home, the air inside may not be better than outside. The only hope is wind, which can blow away the haze and reveal the clear blue sky. Is that true? And where does the haze comes from? 

This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas and the painting continues around the sides. It comes ready to hang. 

- Yuan Hua Jia

Wait for Wind

Acrylic painting on unstretched canvas

Signed on front

35.4" h x 47.2" w 
4 lbs. 6 oz.



Yuan Hua Jia
Beijing, China

Getting to Know Yuan Hua

Before becoming an artist, Yuan Hua Jia worked as a computer programmer for many famous companies in China. After 15 years, Yuan needed a change, and fortuitously, happened to fall in love with an artist. “We paint together, learn from each other, and share the happiness that art brings to us.” At first Yuan was not sure what to paint, until an early morning walk through the ruins of a nearby hutong. One year earlier, there had been a venerably ancient courtyard, but on that day only a broken gate stood among the mass of rubble. Yuan’s heart was deeply touched with feelings of sadness. His work strives to tell the story of how rapid modernization is encroaching upon traditional Chinese culture.