Choi So Young is a contemporary artist from Korea. She is best known for her urban landscape compositions made from discarded denim clothing and acrylic paint. She explores city life in range of highly textural and detailed works. Every button, seam, pocket, and belt loop find its place to depict a specific detail of a picture — they become a street, a window or a building. The Korean artist often ‘draws’ her hometown of Busan, the second largest city of the Republic of Korea and its largest port. She has exhibited in many art fairs and her work has sold in auctions at staggering prices. Unfortunately, we have not located a website for her.
Images: Courtesy of Choi So Young.
Admiring the paintings and traditional work of Southern California-based artist, Wayne Tsay. Couldn’t find too many information about this artist. We do know that he is currently a Visual Development Artist at Dreamworks and a feature animation instructor at Concept Design Academy in Pasadena, teaching “Color and Lighting”. He contributes a lot of his current career success to plein-air painting and his past architecture school training.
More of his work can be found at Cargo Collective, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Wayne Tsay.
French painter Stéphane Bulan’s first career was as a successful journalist and caricaturist. In 1975 he completely devoted himself to fine art painting. His images has a certain cleanliness to his form that is paramount in his artworks. The artist uses vibrant yellows, blues, greens and other primary colors in his work. Even with his intense colors, Bulan incorporates a certain liberty and serenity in each of his canvases. His work has been widely collected and exhibited throughout Europe, North America and the Orient.
More of his work can be viewed on his website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Stéphane Bulan.