South Korean-born, London-based artist Yun Kyung Jeong paints in a feathery style of mark making to create abstract and daunting patterns that manifest the meeting point between chaos and balance in which we exist. The artist works primarily on unprimed canvas in acrylic paints and exercises the repetition of a leaf shaped mark as a symbol that represents the elements as one. The artist attempts to portray the invisible and subtle collisions arising from the conflicts between the countless elements that make up the world. As one studies Jeong’s paintings it quickly becomes evident that this style of repetition is used as a construct to form three-dimensional shapes sometimes reminiscent of optical illusions. Looking at the painter’s works one feels as if they are seeing our universe through a different lens. Jeong’s works represent a beautiful collision of nature, thought, spirituality, and physicality in a way only the artist can truly create. Enjoy the art below!
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