Kwang Young Chun – Aggregation 13-ju029, 2013. Mixed media with Korean mulberry paper. The textured surface consists of styrofoam shapes wrapped with the paper and individually dyed; colors sourced from natural extracts. Wrapping the shapes is a traditional Korean technique forming these small paper sculptures. They have a trompe l’oeil quality that creates the illusion of depth….beautiful!! Osborne Samuel Gallery, New York.
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