Zhu Hong’s watercolour paintings are marked by the bold application of dramatic colours and free lines to construct the structure of buildings. In this artwork, the illustration of the sky is compelling. The marks from the tip of the brush were distinctly retained in the top parts of the composition which coincides with the unrestrained painting style that permeates the entire artwork.
In 2006, Zhu Hong held his first solo exhibition titled “Passion under the Sun”. In 2013, he held 2 major exhibitions in China titled “Portraits of Singapore” at Beijing Art Museum and the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre. All 3 exhibitions showcased a considerable number of watercolour paintings by the artist.