The inspiration for my paintings comes from patterns found in century-old Korean Buncheong ceramics and the Korean alphabet. For me, these patterns convey timeless narratives that remain relevant even in modern-day America. In my work painting and “writing” become one and the same. And through my painting, I communicate what I hope is a powerful, yet soothing, and universal series of messages for my audience. Recently, I was one of the eight Korean American artists who exhibited works, “In- Between Places” at Mills College Art Museum. “My work,” is a series of footsteps representing every significant step in my journey over the 40 years since immigrating to the United States — a journey filled with myriad hopes, joys, sorrows, fears, and expectations.”

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