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Frolic in the Clouds of Encore

2016

12.5' x 16' x 2"

Acrylic, glitter, colored mirror, resin on custom panel

Commissioned by the New York City Department of Education and the NYC School Construction Authority in collaboration with the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art Program.

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The Cambria Heights School

Queens, New York

Kenny and Kahn Architects

 

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Playfully intermingling the clouds, dots and vertical stripes, the painting provides a dynamic space for all who observe it.  Mirrored clouds represent dreams which are never fixed in form and are always changing.  The interaction between dots and clouds reveals frolicking movement creating harmonies and dissonances in colors and textures.  Vertical stripes are weaved in and out to emphasize the upward movement of the clouds.  Gazing at their reflection in the mirrored clouds, the viewers themselves are both the prelude, finale and encore of the artwork which holds the never-ending stories of a hopeful future. 

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Beautiful Stranger

2012

Diptych: 45" x 90" x 2"

Acrylic, glitter, mica on custom panels

Shown at Blank Space Art, New York

 

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Saek-Dong (Colored Stripes of Korea)
       
     
Saek-Dong (Colored Stripes of Korea)

2014

Acrylic and resin globes on panel