Art of the Day - Kim Byungkwan

Art of the Day - Kim Byungkwan
" CAJ#006 " by Kim Byungkwan. Acrylic on Canvas. To view more of their work visit http://www.kimbyungkwan.com/









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  1. Absolutely gorgeous! Great blog post.

    XO, Jessi
    http://www.mywhitet.com

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    1. Thank you for checking out her stunning work!

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  2. I must not be the only one who is a little creeped out by this painting....

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. I was not creeped out by it but I can understand having a strong reaction while viewing it.

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  3. Kim Byungkwan's paintings depicts a woman's lost attitude right? (Was I able to translate it well?) I checked her site and the black and white paintings are really incredible. You really know how to choose an artist! I like it! xx

    www.prettyweirdbombshell.com

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    1. Yes you summed it up perfectly and thank you for checking out her site as well. She has so many great offerings to choose from that it was very hard to just choose one for art of the day.

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  4. Nice post! <3
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  5. I really like your selection of painters, dear, because I'm always amazed by their creativity - that was this time too, love that painting :)

    http://crafty-zone.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you. I am a creative soul so if a feel a connection with a particular artist work I feel inclined to share it with the world.

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  6. Such an interesting painting! I don't know if she's holding the bat behind her back or not, it appears as though she is. To me it represents a woman who feels forced to hide her masculine side, the part of her that enjoys the interests that are typically labeled manly, such as sports. So, in the attempt at appearing more feminine, she knots her shirt, revealing some skin, which has a loose fit, still embodying her tomboy identity. Her face seems masked, again, as though she's not revealing her true self. Such a great post, beauty. You always share such great art and to be honest, I've only ever looked at the colors and overall drawing, I've never really stopped to interpret what I feel they mean to me. I've been missing out on the true purpose of your post and that art itself., so I definitely look forward to your future posts! Thanks so much for sharing and I hope you're having a great week so far!

    XO,

    Jalisa
    www.thestylecontour.com

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    1. Great interpretation Jalisa. When I share my art of the day post I try to challenge my readers to look beyond a pretty post and connect with how it makes them feel - no matter if the reaction is good or bad.

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  7. beautiful picture ! I love the painting.

    Kayla xo // Kayla's Vibration

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