Painter Kwon Kyung Yup is a master of her unique realistic portraits in oil painting.
Kwon Kyung yup ’s paintings feature young girls and boys that have smooth skin and no wrinkles, fine hairs, or even blemishes.
She born in Seoul, M.F.A. in Painting, Sejong University.
Kwon Kyung-yup’s paintings feature young girls and boys that have smooth skin and no wrinkles, fine hairs, or even blemishes. The pearly refulgence setting their bodies aglow reveals they are in their biological heyday. When examining adolescents between the stages of secondary sexual characteristics and complete maturity, sometimes it is difficult to tell boys and girls apart. For instance, the character in her work [Adolescent] (2013) who has a short haircut features an air of androgyny. These snow-white characters look artificial, as though one of their layers was peeled off or an extra layer added on to them. The characters in her works are similar to ghosts; they are neither alive nor dead. Such phantasmal beings as ghosts, fairies, and monsters are frequently depicted as attractive characters in pop culture, perhaps most notably in cartoons and films. The characters in her works have pale skin and white hair. The unnatural colors of their sense organs such as eyes and lips are described realistically; the colors go missing rather than being converted to a single tone.
By Lee Seon-yeong (Art critic)
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