Grazie3 Painting by Jaehyung Um

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Painting: Oil , Ballpoint Pen, Pencil on Canvas.

Often, some say that figurative painting is dead though I think not. There are many artists in my generation who are breaking away from the hedge of minimalist abstraction and are trying to find ways of reintroducing imagery back into painting.

What I found after going through it was that I’m painter that creates comprehensive and interpretive work. It is particularly relative to the way that I have to process the materials and to the way I organise the information makes it clearer. It is a way for me to express the way that I see things and the way that I express my feelings and emotions which helps me find my voice.

Photography is used for the basis of all my work. However, photography has made me realised that the camera catches only what is in the moment which is only a sliced of what is actually happening. For instance, everybody is in motion and slightly dipping ahead, slightly turning or weighting themselves, capture of a sense of the real and physical body.


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Grazie3

Jaehyung Um

United Kingdom

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