Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Marks Of Emotion II

The Artist's execution is mainly on minimal abstract mixed media approach.
Drawing inspiration from her memorable Cameron Highland visitations.
The paintings are fragments of landscape, weather and rock.
The magnificent simple brush strokes gathering the individualistic of earth & sky tones.
They are mainly in black, white, beige, brown and gold; ensemble the feeling of earthy and woodland's mystery.
My favourites are the 3rd and 4th painting here.

Enjoy.





Scene of the private review

7 comments:

Diana Evans said...

oh wow!!! the texture and minimalism is really neat in these pieces Yoon See...

Thank you for your lovely note....and we are going into fall here....I can't wait to see all the fall colours and will have to share these on-line with all of my blog friends....

I knitted when I was younger but always wanted to learn more about knitting...perhaps one day when I have some extra time!!!

Have a wonderful day!!!

Hugs
Diana

studio lolo said...

I would have loved to have been there with you!

Dear Yoon See, I got your lovely gifts yesterday! You are so generous and so talented. I'm going to post them on Thankful Thursday and show everyone.

Thank you my friend. You are so dear.
love,
Lolo

Lynn said...

Wow...how fun to see these wonderful paintings. I love the feel to them and the look of floating on water, shadows, dark and light...all wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

Lynn said...

Wow...how fun to see these wonderful paintings. I love the feel to them and the look of floating on water, shadows, dark and light...all wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

ValGalArt said...

you always have such interesting posts and this is no exception! This art is so great and kind of reminds me of Motherwell! Great stuff :)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I bet you had a great time here. It is always good to see different types of art. It opens our eyes to new ways of looking at the world.

Diane AZ said...

These are wonderful! My favorite is the first one. My eyes like to wander around the canvas and it looks like there may be a secret opening into a mysterious place.