A 60-meter long picture is like a line, a paintbrush mark left in the space. When magnified, one can find there black-and-white countless painting worlds, painter’s foot and hand prints, fragments of grass and leaves absorbed by paint. The line — painting embraces the geometric form of Shang Yuan Museum building and changes the scale and perception of painting in the space. Light and shade participate in the process of creation. The space, air and landscape are the frames of the picture, whereas the trains passing by complete it — moving lines that translocate and are a regular element of this scenery. Lines — common, uncommon.