Sun Hyung JUNG
Sunhwa’s Western-style paintings are works capturing the natural lights with fabrics. The artist immersed herself in the unique colours she uses for her artworks. The silhouette and colours reproduction of the non-delicate objects expressed in fabrics makes the public feel the aura of Oriental beauty and modern minimalism. Moreover, the unique volume and colours reproduced by fabrics create a different atmosphere depending on time and place. This gives the viewers the opportunity to see the charm of the work at every moment in the current space to which they belong.
Sunhwa feels euphoric when the scraps of cloth that are often scattered around or cut off by clothing repairs find their place where they are needed and shine like a perfect puzzle in her paintings. Using the unique colours and texture of fabrics, the material is mainly applied as an object. Through this, it tries to stimulate the public’s imagination by crossing boundaries between figurative and hemispherical. The fabrics used primarily as objects are made by traditional Korean methods, pursuing a modern harmony between Western and Eastern beauties.