Functioning in her 160 square foot studio in Korea, artist Jee Young Lee produces the most surreal dreamscapes – utilizing her entire studio as her palette. Element art and portion theater – these believed-provoking pieces are testament to the energy of small. Constraints are explained to boost creativity and this artist proves that. In the over piece, Last Supper, there is something mesmerizing about all individuals white rats, as creepy as the believed is. All of her surreal artwork is created without having the use of digital enhancement and her studio is her stage.
Neverending Race has an Alice in Wonderland come to feel to it with oversize chess pawns (or board game pieces?) and oversize dice. We are all pawns and life is a crap shoot?
Resurrection is a wondrous stage, that speaks of Spring and Rebirth.
The Tiny Match Lady stands logic on its head – are the matches super size? Or is the girl in miniature?
This piece, Broken Heart, is startling in its simplicity.
Foods Chain is an eerily surreal piece in monotone.
A significant statement piece: We’ve received the plastic bottle Flu.
Black Bird is another startling piece – like Pandora’s Box, the doors let loose the birds.
In Treasure Hunt, who can think about what strategies are hiding in the grass?
A extremely industrial look in My Chemical Romance – precisely as intended. A warning, no doubt.
Nightscape is a flowing stream of shade, reminiscent of salsa dancers’ costumes with all the flounce and frill.
Reach for the Stars is a sunshine vivid piece – the marbles are an exciting accent.
Paper flowers and a romantic dinner for 1 in Raw.
The sepia red tone of Monsoon Season invokes sorrow…
The colors and whimsy of Sweet Appetite paint a happy image.