Structure 5

“Destruction and reinvention have the same meaning in my works,” Dongwha says, “Since art can be a creative and destructive moment at the same time, my art makes me feel as though I am in the middle of these concepts, in an endless circle of everything in the world. I use acrylic, oil painting, thread, wax, matches on the canvas. I like to mix and match between diverse smoke shape and different color of paintings.”

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Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa LeeStructure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa LeeStructure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

Structure 5 by Donghwa Lee

-2D work : One of my idea is put candle or wax on few canvas and set light to wax. After wax melting down, pour oil on remained wax and set light again.
-3D work : Tangled thread on many destroyed canvas in middle of empty space. Some of thread vanished oil destroyed and cut itself

Dongwha Lee

Dongwha Lee

Dongwha studied Art Education(BA) in South Korea and Fine Art(MA) in Chelsea college of arts London. In the meantime, some of her art was featured in group exhibitions in London, Korea and Germany.
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