Sung Lee shows a series of aquarelle drawings, which were created in her Parisian studio.
Attracted by imaginary and fantastic world, Sung Lee creates a bridge between women in their natural states and animals in mythical sceneries full of humour. She is also searching to create a realm which forces the spectators to think about the relationship that humans and animals have. We navigate through elements. Water, air, earth get mixed up. Humans and animals become one.
With her naïve style opting for optimism, she loves using the brush to define the contour and to apply the color. Aquarelle is the first artistic technique that Sung learned at the age of 10 when she was living in South Korea. Since then, she has created oil painting and and tried out on metal sculptures. She is currently working on a collaborative ceramic series with a Parisian ceramist, Camille Zerhat.
-CARLETON COLLEGE, Northfield, MN USA (2003 – 2007) : Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, June 2007
-FORET MERVEILLEUSE, Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, Paris, France (November 2016)
-NATURAL CURIOSITIES, Studio Valmy, Paris, France (June 2016)
-1230℃, Galerie Iconoclastes, Paris, France (Octobre 2018)
-COLOR, SPACE, EMPATHY, Seoul, Korea (Novembre 2017)
-1230℃, Galerie Iconoclastes, Paris, France (Octobre 2017)
-PASTORALE, Galerie Iconoclastes, Paris, France (April 2017)
-MN VISUAL ARTS COMMITEE EXHIBITION, Coffman Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA (May-July 2007)
-CARLETON COLLEGE SENIOR ART MAJOR SHOW, Boliou Hall, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, USA (May-June 2007)