Chee Kiang Tan was born in Singapore. He graduated from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1977. Tan entered École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in 1981 and started his artistic career in France with the several exhibitions following his study. The artist portrayed the scenic nature beyond his studio windows regularly. While depicting the window scenes, Tan shows the boundary which had separated his studio and the outdoor simultaneously. Corresponding to the concept from an art historic viewpoint that every painting is a window created by its artist, the boundary of which also presents his social isolation. Tan painted the regulated window frames that constructed the exceptional sense of space rationally. By observing the fragmented scene of blue sky and green space, the viewer will be able to peer into the mental state of the artist. Focal points were emphasized by the lights that shines in through the gaps. Collocated with multiple layered color fields, fine pieces of works was then created by the artist.