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Exposed in light-82 Painting

yeongok kim

South Korea

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 28.6 W x 46 H x 1.6 D in

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She is Kim Yeong-ok (Sohwa Yeong-ok), a writer who expresses the geometrical abstract image of the repeated work of attaching Objet thread to canvas screens and the afterimage of light that felt most peaceful. In various forms of yarn, the world of memories, desires, death, life, and feelings of relationships existing in her was built and restrained forms and overlaps were repeatedly expressed using the large and small square sides. Although this square-shaped face treatment is made up of numerous repetitive acts, it is possible to read the natural beauty of the face in a simple and strict square face. Through the texture of thread, she consciously reveals her true communication, consideration and desire to live a harmonious life with others.Mondrian's religious philosophy, beauty of moderation, and the spirit of creating sincerity, labor, and true life in the sculpture of Korean women during the Joseon Dynasty, she tries to connect to her work and communicate it in slow and harmonious ways through paintings to modern people who are busy.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:28.6 W x 46 H x 1.6 D in

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She designed the towel printing company for seven years and began painting in 2004 on the emotions she contributed to while working on parenting at the same time as marriage. Comfort and tranquility came as she expressed the myriad emotions that existed in her. Her work also expresses the shape of a mountain or tree by attaching a piece of fragmented thread to a canvas in the form of a mechanical study. These various forms attempt to recall and reconstruct memories of emotions that exist within her and reveal the tomorrow of hope.

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