Korean artist, Lee Jinju’s watercolours, demand the viewer’s scrutiny of a tableau & the details within. See Blogroll for a link to her site.

‘From the superfluousness cut from a well-made frame, following their softly soundless stories, cuddling the insignificant and petty motifs of the everyday, I discover the unconscious sensuous layer that is hidden inside. At that moment, I become a melancholic adventurer and the everyday is reborn into things of the extraordinary.’ Lee Jinju 

Between 2009 /

The Last Winter 2011 /

The Paths 2010 /

ManDle 2012 /

Island of Borders /

The Material of Mind 2010 /

Fathom 2014 /

Restraints-Boundries 2012 /

Black and Burning One 2013 /

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