acrylic on canvas, resin sculptures in KJ office
“The installation I’ve created for Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices was inspired by my Grandmother’s migration from Korea to Augusta, GA, and her efforts to raise a family with unique rituals and traditions. While learning to read, write, and speak English, she planted a garden with seeds that she smuggled in from overseas, aiming to sell indigenous produce to the local Asian groceries that were beginning to populate.”
South Augusta in the early 1960’s.
“In this body of work, the water droplet is symbolic to providing universal sustenance in living things. Plants, like people, respond to their environment and often reflect their condition through visual and physical cues. I aim for my work to represent the uniqueness in individuals, while embracing the common threads of diversity and human needs.”
2 paintings: Garden Shirt & Health– Spray enamel & vinyl on wooden panel (42″ x 30″ x 2 1/2″) – 2020
Rain Drop Mural: Down Pour – Resin – Various Sizes – 2020 – Kyria’s office