For over 20 years Jian Wang has been serving bountiful helpings of color to audiences in the form of abstracted landscapes and still lifes rendered in oil paint. Deep orange, emerald green, and luscious lavender suffuse his sumptuous takes on California locations from San Francisco to San Diego, inviting us to revel in the inspirational powers of nature. Wang does not seek to capture a specific location but rather the light and color harmonies of the region. Using a quasi-abstract approach, the tree lines, rivers, and fields are represented more as shapes of rather than detailed elements within the landscape. A student of Wayne Thiebaud, and a confident colorist, Wang uses heavy paint and broad, colorful brushstrokes, to create vibrant works which continue to delight.