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Lee Jung Woong
Csg 110-Brush

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61 x 114cm

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JL The creation of a work of such distinct detail and hyperrealism, goes far beyond the matter of hand directing paint - it is a technique deeply forged in the basic formative principles of proportion, perception, linearity and a masterful use of color and shade. The degree to which the simple medium of oil paint has been manipulated to depict sheen, coarseness and pliability without a single trace of composing strokes is exemplified in the dual tonality of the brushwood and the delicate lightness of its shadow. What stands out in this particular artwork are the flaws in the seemingly unchallenged path of ink that gives the strain a feathered effect. The twinge of division is reflective of the natural movement of the brush bristles that are shown to be dampened with ink and softly seeping into the paper.

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  • +Artist Bio

    Born in Korea in 1963, Lee Jung Woong is the masterful creator of the internationally acclaimed 'Brush' series of paintings. Bold, profound and breathtakingly dramatic - Lee Jung Woong’s intricate works command lucidity in spite of the abstract, and empower the objects of his depiction with hyper-realistic life. Having attained his Masters in Fine Arts from Keimyung University, Korea, Lee’s works have been exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including America, Switzerland, Singapore and Spain and are part of prestigious auctions at Sotheby's and Christies. 
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  • +Exhibitions

    2013
    Strokes of Perception, Ode to Art Contemporary, Kuala Lumpur

    2011
    Suseong Artpia, Maek-Hyang Gallery, Daegu, Korea
    Motion in Stillness, Ode To Art Contemporary, Singapore

    2009 
    Gana Art New Yor, NY, Chelsea
    Tsubaki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    Gallery TN, Beijing, China

    2008 
    Gana Art Gallery, Insa Art Center, Seoul, Korea
    Asia Art Center, Taipei, Taiwan

    2007 
    Lee, Whaik Gallery, Seoul, Korea
    GSR Gallery, Beijing, China

    2006 
    Gallery Wil, Seoul, Korea

    2005 
    Gallery M, Daegu, KoreaInsa Art Center, Seoul, Korea

    2004 
    Debec Plaza Gallery, Daegu, Korea
    Gongsan Gallery, Daegu, Korea


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