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Revolutionary Road
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Revolutionary Road Painting

Lydia Lee

South Korea

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 35.4 W x 28.5 H x 1 D in

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This painting shows a certain energy along the road in the middle that the gaze is directed beyond the road. An unknown future and uncertainty increasingly dominate our world. And it seems that our own choices are entirely up to our will. A walking trail I spent one day on a trip became the starting point of this painting. The wind and the sun made the road even more beautiful. Will and freedom are opposites of stability, but I think that someday, once we have overcome something wonderfully, we will be able to balance it beautifully and richly as in the picture. I want to give such a wonderful impression through this painting.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

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Size:35.4 W x 28.5 H x 1 D in

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I was born in Seoul, Korea, and was taught by the first generation of Western painters in Korea at the University of Fine Arts and got a master's degree in Seoul My abstraction is clearly made on a very classical basis, which is realized through the process of abstractly distorting with a shape. Although it is not clear, I try to show it clearly through painting with a blurred memory scene. It is not about form, but about emotions and desires, and is abstracted. I draw with the impulse of creation and omission because I am trying to bring out the already blurry image in my mind through painting. Because the overall flow is more important than the theme of the parts, I am directly influenced by the majestic classical music. And my painting is closer to Abstract Expressionism as a result, but from the beginning the intermediate process is closer to Impressionism. Like Monet, Manet, and Bonnard, he was influenced by the movement and movement of colors. Besides, I have a very wide range of changes because the materials I use in my paintings are very diverse. However, one common denominator in my paintings is that they are consistent and flow towards order.

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