Son-il is a Korean artist who explores harmonious communication through the use of Korean characters, particularly Hangul. Employing materials like woodblock and hanji (traditional Korean paper), Son-il restores the artist's aesthetic language while evoking a sense of time and history. The artist's works infuse rugged textures with underlying delicacy and purity, expressing the essence of Korean culture with a contemporary sensibility.
The Night of Counting Stars
What is Blue 10, 11, 12
Heoyu is a Seoul-based Korean aritist known for her unique visual language, influenced by her background in Asian Painting and Philosophy. Exploring themes of epistemology, cognition, existence, and relationships, Heoyu's artwork challenges our perceptions of the world and our beliefs about it. Through her recent projects, she delves into the concept of perspective, creating figures that offer subtle optical illustions and a sense of motion. Utilizing basic elements like dots and lines, Heoyu skillfully crafts multi-layered figures, adding depth to her artworks.
(portrait of Jimin)
Lee K, a South Korean painter, specializes in creating captivating portraits of celebrities like Billie Eilish and Jimin from BTS. Through skillful lines and curves, Lee K reimagines their familiar faces, infusing life and emotion into each composition. With a few masterful strokes of pencil or brush, the artist crafts realistic and powerful portraits that draw viewers into a mesmerizing exchange.
Bonnie Lee is both a skilled ceramist and an avid art collector. With a particular focus on master ceramists in Korea, she has amassed a collection of remarkable pieces spanning the 1970s to the 1980s. Within the store, you can discover five exquisite artworks that she personally curated and acquired. She is also the mother of our founder, Wonny Lee.