혼자 2박 3일 걸려 완성했던 할머니 댁 벽화
The wall painting of my grandmother's house that took me 2 nights and 3 days to complete
3년이나 됐지만 아직 리터치 없이 예쁘다^o^
할머니께서 보면 덩달아 웃음이 난다 하셨던 이순구 화가님의 '웃는 얼굴' 작품을 모티브로 해서 가족 모두가 좋아해 주는 벽화가 완성되었다💕
다음엔 하얀 벽을 뭘로 채울까٩( 'ω' )و
J Chuhan -Figure in Interior 2018 oil on canvas 120 x 170 cm.
Jai Chuhan’s paintings often involve an isolated figure in a room-like space, as an arena for exploring existential themes such as refuge, love, conflict, birth and death. Fluid layers of colour enhance her depiction of psychological tensions. She describes her aesthetic influences as “transcultural”, inspired by her position as an Indian-born British artist.
See her exhibition REFUGE which is open now as part of #atm18 @galleryoldham till 24/11/18.
She’ll be doing an artists talk there on Saturday 13 November before coming to @homemcr for her exhibition:
Remodel: Painting Studio which includes life drawing and dance workshops. Full details on our website and Facebook page (see bio for link)
#ArtroomsSeoul Selected Artist
Miz Nakaishi @miznakaishi was born in Japan, and is currently based in Ibaraki, Japan.
“I always admire whoever found the number and idea of ‘zero’. We all can imagine the world of zero - absolute nothingness, but the idea of being “absolutely zero” is actually impossible to exist in the physical world. Before the earth and probably the universe that we are within came to exist, there has always been something - elementary particles and forces. Then how did such things come to exist? Could absolute nothingness really give a birth to something-ness? Since I strongly believe that we humans cannot create something from completely nothing - unless you are a god or something - I would like to call myself an artist-ish to somehow show respect to the Grand Artist.”