Without the presence of water, life on our home planet would be very different. We only have to look at other celestial bodies within our solar system to realise the role it plays. For the past ten years for Taiwanese artist Jerome Chia-Horng Lin this element has been the focus of his work. This fascination with nature takes form through paintings that highlight the fluidity and formlessness of his subject matter. Intrigued by the world of art at an early age, it was not till later in his life that Jerome incorporated the lessons learnt at Pratt Institute, NYC about 3D animation in his art. The sense of depth in his pieces is a clear representation of this. We recently interviewed Jerome for the current issue of CreativPaper Magazine which you can read here.