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The Subjective Timbre series, configured with only a few colours, is minimalistic yet bold strokes concurrently portray sensitivity and delicacy in the characteristics of each colour. The strong black stroke within the large expanses of white space represents unyielding self-identity. Furthermore, the white space represents the infinite possibilities in store for us. Within this framework, the various colours and forms reflect who I am in the moment. Although oneself of the past, present and future cannot stay the same, something undefinable and unvarying binds the three together – the same method that defines my works.
Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in
Size with Frame:14.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Born in Korea and immigrated to Canada. Through the border between the artist and the audience, I desire to depict the world both in visual and spiritual sense. In my belief, art was what drew me nearer to the world, yet helped me see it from a different eye. My ideology is to express the world’s spiritual presence through introspection and contemplation. The creating progress is based on spontaneity, resistance, unintentional, and simplification as well. In this manner, I continuously develop a relationship between colors, shapes, portions, lines and mediums and make bold manifestation on the canvas in a large, gestural, abstract form which opens up to the infinite possibilities of connection through exploration of the world surrounding and within us. The classification of my abstract style can be observed as the universe, nature, human, birth, death, and relationships between them. Being featured "One to Watch" at SaatchiArt onlineGallery -From 'HyunRyoung Kim;Relatioal Space Catalogue Essay Although HyunRyoung Kim's large abstract painting make bold visual statements, their development stems from a place of quiet introspection and contemplation. Kim explores relationships between colours, shapes, figure and ground in a visual language that is at once intellectual and emotive. Kim aims to depict both the 'fact' and the emotion of the world around us; the sensorial as well as the spiritual or ephemeral. Kim invites us to open up to the infinite possibilities of connection with and exploration of the world around and within us. One omnipresent element of this world, as it is played out in these spare, ethereal and yet evocative works is a strong black line; a striking contrast against the large expanses of white, and the pale, amorphous blooms of colour that make up the canvas. To Kim, this line is a representation of the force of fate in our lives, which for her is given-a 'fact'-and its incursions on the canvas are emblematic of fate's interactions with all the ideas, emotions, relationships and events in our lives, made manifest on her canvases in large, gestural, abstract forms. The black line of fate is juxtaposed with the visual embodiment of the perhaps more capricious and ephemeral aspects of our lives; our fleeting thoughts and desires, our brief encounters.
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