abstract expressionism

Vian Borchert

I am an expressionist artist, I consider all my work to be visual poems.

The paintings submitted are in acrylic on canvas, and are executed through my signature painterly style.

For me nature is very important and plays a very essential role in my life. Thus, I am a nature lover - mother nature is my sanctuary and my ultimate solace. In the submitted paintings, I contemplate on times well spent observing nature in order to reach inner peace and attain moments of zen especially in these uncertain trying times.

The submitted paintings are produced during quarantine and during the COVID-19 times. In them I reflect on our new reality and our new normal.

The work albeit abstract in nature offers symbolism referencing the status of our current lives where the future is unknown, and life is such a precious commodity. The work also showcases a sense of identity of who I am as as an artist: my hopes, my aspiration and my dreams.

Consequently, the work becomes a bridge of reflection and connection to the past, present along with a sense of wonder to what the future holds.

 

Jiyoung(Jenny) Han

Jenny Han is a South Korean who worked in a Fine Art studio for three years in South Korea. She studied fashion at London College of Fashion afterwards and now living in Belgium. Her passion for illustration started at a very early age. But illustrators based on South Korea was not generally considered a real profession in the early 2000s.

Her mind seems to appear in the symbolism of visual connections. She always sees the linkages between the abstract shapes of thinking and reality. Life itself can capture as the depiction of narrative stories, including subjective meanings which face difficulties communicating with the form of the abstract figures. But, Her artworks are a life philosophy that everyone can easily understand. 

Currently, she is working on a new experiment with her artworks by using digital tools. It has built on creating surreal flat images with the original pattern prints, digitally edited. Her pleasure represents through the package of her life essays, revealed to a form of visual art transforming by manipulating digital devices. She loves to challenge the structure of techno-scepticism in the abstract art platform because her life was full of challenges. 

 

Jiyoung (Jenny) Han

Title: Alzheimer's Dementia: aging (digital art 7.8 x 7.8 in)

 

Jenny Han is a South Korean who worked in a Fine Art studio for three years in South Korea. She studied fashion at the London College of Fashion afterwards and now living in Belgium. Her passion for illustration started at a very early age. But illustrators based on South Korea was not generally considered a real profession in the early 2000s.

Her mind seems to appear in the symbolism of visual connections. She always sees the linkages between the abstract shapes of thinking and reality. Life itself can capture as the depiction of narrative stories, including subjective meanings which face difficulties communicating with the form of the abstract figures. But, Her artworks are a life philosophy that everyone can easily understand.

Currently, she is working on a new experiment with her artworks by using digital tools. It has built on creating flat images with surreal figures, digitally edited. Her pleasure represents through the package of her life essays, revealed to a form of visual art transforming by manipulating digital devices. She loves to challenge the structure of techno-scepticism in the abstract art platform because her life was full of challenges.n

Moln

MOLN is a multidisciplinary street art project consisting of paintings and poetry in form of paste-ups, stickers, paintings, installations and tags. Emerging from Sweden in 2018, the project is now expanding into cities including London, New York, Stockholm and Barcelona.

Moln, meaning  “cloud” in Swedish, embraces the essence of having a dark cloud hanging over one's head. The work invites the viewer to question social structures, our place within these and our emotional connection to our surroundings.
This specific project is based on mixed media drawings with written messages (original size 11”x17”) taking aim at seeing through our darkened perspective or simply a play upon them. These drawings are later digitalised and turned into paste-up posters and stickers, then spread across cities.

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