Butterfly's Dream - Andy Warhol

$26,000.00
Size:
130cm x 130cm x 3cm
Year:
2010
Medium:
Painting

Curator's Eye

Song Kwangyeon seamlessly blends traditional Korean techniques with contemporary aesthetics in her beautiful works on canvas. Often portrayed in two layers, Kwangyeon begins with a background – some featuring Korean women in traditional dress, others pop-style images of artists such as Andy Worhol – and then builds on top with her signature motif of butterflies and peonies. Delicate and reserved, yet refreshingly modern, these works are perfect for anyone looking start a collection of contemporary Asian art.

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It was started from her curiosity to imagine effect as like negative film on any moments or portraits. If you take a picture of this work by mobile camera using negative filter, you can clearly see Andy Warhol grabbing peonies and taking a nap. Butterflies representing modern people fill their lives with embroidery (acrylic painter), which means sincerity and effort. She wanted to dedicate this work to Andy Warhol's life filled with efforts and significant influence as an artist. Butterflies representing modern people fill their lives with embroidery (acrylic paint), which means sincerity and effort.

Style: contemporary art.

Country of Origin: South Korea.

Unframed.