Complexity of human emotions, which is hard to be defined in one word, is left as momentary traces on the empty space, after the long agony of the artist’s inner side. The complexity is a kind of action which is come by completely absorbing and assimilating with the artworks while he holds the brush in a brief, and from the moment that the colors arrive on the screen, and the shape is built, the fear of blank space is collapsed, and his inner side’s fear and the ecstasy from the fear coincide. This moment is the process that the artist takes out something from his inside, and also is the climax of the energy that he creates the pieces.
Jung Yeon Min‘s works are highly imaginative and rich. One finds multiple worlds, the extraordinary and the realistic, notions of micro and macro, and manipulations of space and time in her work. Specifically, her work offers two equal but divergent investigations. On the one hand, she envisions and explores a mysterious and fantastical world. In a separate but concurrent investigation, she examines the effect of time in the pictorial realm. Sometimes colliding, these two points of inquiry form an intriguing basis for a closer reading of Min’s works as opening up places of potential and possibility.
One of America’s most highly recognized watercolorists. John Salminen is a prolific painter. He captures his subjects – usually urban landscapes – with his camera and then paints them realistically with water color. Ranging from San Francisco to the Chicago Loop to Greenwich Village to rainy Paris to Shanghai…
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Pale Horse x Tes One: Massive, 50 30 foot, mural collaboration on the State Theatre in St. Petersburg, Florida USA. Thanks to our friends the Vitale Brothers and Alvarez Foundation for making this project possible.