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Get out of woods...Rococo Variations #127
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Get out of woods...Rococo Variations #127 Painting

Yoon Joo

South Korea


Size: 32 W x 40 H x 0.1 D in

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The title maybe totally wrong..not any proper for the painting..Getting out of woods..Tchaikovsky - Rococo Variations.. This is the note I found recently from about 10 year old sketch book of mine. I googled the music and listened to the Tchaikovsky's from youtube...Can't even remember the tune...Why did I make such cryptic note..with Tchaikovsky's piece.. But I thought to myself that I'd rather respect those forgettable fragments of my thoughts.. And that Tchaikovsky's was never able to help me find the clues of the woods.. doubt I thought a something different way...Instead, I listened to Bach/Busoni - Partita for piano until I got sick and tired of hearing.. And it helped.... This painting is done on a canvas mounted on cardboard so it's recommended to be put in a transparent acrylic box or in a frame behind glass or without glass. Will be shipped in a cardboard box with extra careful packaging.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:32 W x 40 H x 0.1 D in

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Korean Painter, Sculptor Born in 1962, Studied at Hong Ik University majoring in Painting(BFA) Lives and works in Paju,South Korea. - "All the ideas for this 'Paddling' Series come from playing in the water or paddling on the water. Your thought on where the brushstrokes begins and ends just make sense in that point. Because when you paddle on the water, the act of paddling appears on the water and then disappears. In that sense, it's meaningless to find where it starts and ends and even meaningless to distinguish 'drawing' action from 'erasing' action on water. That's how I drew the concept of 'drawing on water', so to speak, onto the canvas in this series" - 2020, Yoon Joo

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