AÉ CCU, mixed media,   Lost Soul #3 Alkyd oil on wood

Joo Young Kim interested in how people look at one thing while ignoring the rest.  Some people selectively see only those they want to see, and others just cannot see the big picture. “AÉ CCU” (é-kku) means one eye.

“AÉ CCU” portrays average humans.  While most of us are granted two eyes to widen our scope of view, we don’t take advantage of this gift, either consciously or unconsciously.  We use one eye while the other, we hide inside our minds.

Saelee Oh is a Korean-American artist who lives in Los Angeles, California,
where she works as an artist and children's art teacher.

Inspired by folk art, trees and flowers, textiles and old children's books, Saelee explores visual storytelling and animal imagery as symbols and metaphors. Her work includes a variety of mediums in various combinations, including acrylic paint, watercolor, paper cutouts (hand cut with an exacto blade) and dried leaves and flowers. Recently, she has expanded into working on animations and sculptures.

Flora Swimmers, 2006, hand-cut paper, watercolor, and acrylic

Lemonade Maid features limited edition artist goods and handmade gifts designed by Saelee Oh.

Rabbitcutter & Fish

Her Real Face, Illust work of Junghyun Lee

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