Soluna Fine Art is delighted to present Park Jisook’s pop-up exhibition Breeze, the new series presented for the first time in Hong Kong. Park’s works express the intrinsic relationship between humans and nature within the dynamic and circulating energy of life. By using various media such as colored pencil, pen and acrylic paint to connect points and innumerable lines as well as transform them into condensed forms, Park envisions to portray meticulous details of plants, such as flowers, leaves, seeds, and roots. Her use of plant images as motifs represents the interwoven lines of life, endless connections between body and nature, as well as the universal continuum of birth, death, and rebirth. Natural processes such as breathing and circulation found in organic forms are rendered on canvas, just as a galaxy of tortuous and intersecting fronds emerging from multiple centers of life.
The Breeze series is a result of Park’s extensive research on organic shapes and colors by monitoring natural movements and its effect on human life. The term Fractal image, also known as expanding symmetry, is encountered ubiquitously in nature due to its tendency to appear nearly the same at different levels. Park Jisook creates fractal patterns that derive from organic shapes and movements to reveal her interpretation of the human-nature relationship.
The exhibition starts on 29th January to 9th February, 2019, please come and join us to admire the delicate works of Park Jisook at our gallery on Sai Street, Sheung Wan.
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