Acrylic and plaster on canvas
Dimensions: 53.3cm (H) x 68.6cm (W) x 1.8cm (D) / 21" (H) x 27" (W) x 0.7" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
As I take my daily walks by a stream near my studio, I was focused on the flow of the water. The water comes from different paths but come together downstream. This made me think of an analogy, relating humanity and how our relationships cross paths to create harmony with the flow of the water.
Made in 2017 but retouched 2020. Custom made black wooden frame, 1.75 inches width all around and .75 inches side thickness.
Artwork without the frame size:
18 H x 24 W x 0.7 D inches
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Hometown: Seoul, Korea
Based in: Los Angeles, CA
Peggy Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and has resided in the United States for a long period of time. Having been educated with a bachelors of fine arts from Korea, she studied art in the United States as well. As a full-time artist and art educator, her vision is multifaceted and cultural at the same time. Her level of creativity is outstanding with a strong work ethic. She often states that painting is very much habitual and a daily pattern. She makes art a part of her schedule but in actuality, it is her life. Her current work reflects the fact that society is slowly dissipating into a world of isolation. Our constant obsession with networking online is deterring us from the true values or morality we claim to hold true. Peggy's works can be seen as a huge cobweb in it's entirety, which ironically mirrors how technology works. It represents the need and re-evaluation for tradition, unity, and a love for humanity. Her art is a direct representation of creativity, depth, and complexity. Ultimately, her work continues to be inspired by the mutuality in people all over the world.
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