Vibrant brushstrokes and slanted angles

2022-06-04 0 By

Children’s World 2021 Los Angeles-based artist Seonna Hong sets foot in landscapes filled with amorphous blocks of color and ravaged by climate disasters.Many of the stylized works evoke traditional Korean landscapes from the Joseon era — landscapes known for their asymmetric forms, vibrant brushstrokes and slanted perspectives — to contemplate the relationship between man and nature by placing miniature figures in terrifying environments.Grandma Square (2021) Joseon Times (2021) Studio View (2021) Sunset Stone (2021) Gum Dystopia (2021) Like-minded (2021)