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Beat and rhythm


Beat and rhythm Painting

Lydia Lee

South Korea

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 51 W x 38.5 H x 1 D in

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If you can feel the depth and endless path on a canvas-type plane, painting is no longer a painting, but a music. I thought it was beauty if I could endure it until I could hear something from what I see. This painting gave a visual perspective with the difference in density between the painted and unpainted areas. I always find landscapes in landscapes that I have experienced and remembered, either directly or indirectly, and this painting was no exception. The important thing is that even if I draw the same landscape many times over and over, it is always new when I draw. Sometimes I thought of wanting to travel around every corner of the space by removing the focus from what I was seeing. I want to find the peace between wandering and freedom.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:51 W x 38.5 H x 1 D in

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Born in Seoul in 1979, I have been working in Korea ever since. I enjoy the values ​​of expressionism from a standpoint opposite to reductionism. In my paintings, many aspects of existence are expressed in color and filled with their own translations. A world where order and chaos are intertwined. I make this world a landscape. My paintings do not simply convey a scene, but offer them a ritual in a certain vortex. ‘I have been interested in the dynamic expression methods of classical music and baroque, and recently I have been working on the predetermination or delimiting of a certain flow based on one's own pure decision. When I hear music, certain scenes and stories come to mind, and these are all human emotions that cannot be expressed in words. Sometimes sad, happy, and painful emotions become the subject of painting. However, I am not interested in arranging those emotions, I only want to show the combination and order of the form. When I paint, I try to create as many complex compositions as I can as best as I can by throwing colors around. What comes to mind at that time is very specific, such as the bridges and roads I saw in the city, the color of the roof, and the shape of the buildings. When I make such a complicated composition with colors, the colors start to move and start to get on the rhythm. I follow those moments and continue composing as if I was creating a chord using the most pleasing state possible.’

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