I was growing up in the coastal village, and enjoyed watching the scenery, taking off my glasses. The colors, shapes and lights that I was watching back then have greatly affected my works. When I took off the glasses the shapes looked totally blurred. The sea and trees were blurred as they were one. People walking the beach and lights were beautifully dim. It was not realistic, but just beautiful, like dreams. The shapes and actions in my art work are smudged and all the details will be sensed by viewers’ imagination and emotion. I want viewers to be immersed in emotion and believe that blurred shapes and instant emotion make unexpected beauty. Words and sentences are transformed to my own emotions. The feelings and temperatures of my emotions have become shapes and colors in my art work. I’ve focused on infusing life into the canvas and how much gazes of shapes and colors are harmonized.
Fine & Contemporary Art, Impressionist, Abstract Painting, Oil, Acrylic, Gouache, Watercolor on Canvas, Linen Paper
Kaywon University of Art and Design, Space creation
SOLO Exbihition 2017 Seojin Art space, Seoul 2017 Kangol culture space, Seoul Project and Group exhibition 2017 Majoogmool Art Market, Kimreeaa gallery, Seoul 2017 1/n props exhibition, Seoul 2017 House Artfair 2017 group fair, seoul 2017 don-don-don Opening ceremony exhibition, Artspace 15.8, Seoul 2017 Conclusion for tomorrow exhibition, Seoul 2017 New waves exhibition, Hotel Soosunhwa, Seoul 2017 Shadows that the tears watch exhibition, Public gallery, Seoul 2009 Blooming twenties, Group exhibition for debut, Jazzy m.a.s, Seoul 2006 Na-jin Exhibition, Tomboy T-space, Seoul