JENG Jundian's elegant and simple fragments of colour lines recall the flowing contours in portrait sketches aswell as the lines created by the cun method in Chinese ink painting. Essentially his paintings show a newrelationship between the complementary colours, light and space of Impressionism. They also challenged Kandinsky's theory of 'dot, line and surface.' Though so repetitive and orderly that there seems to be a lack ofemotion at first glance, JENG's horizontal and perpendicular geometric lines in fact provide a new direction to painting. By infusing new life to his 'colour lines,' JENG Jundian has established a unique painting style withfragmented color linesthat overlap to compose bodies, landscapes and objects of sensitivity and sensibility.