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YoungHee Woo
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • 25;00’s Dream
Oil on Canvas
36" x 46" 

    25;00’s Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 46"
  • Tuesday’s Dream
Oil on Canvas
51.5" x 38.5" 

    Tuesday’s Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    51.5" x 38.5"
  • The Dream We Can Not Share
Oil on Canvas
29" x 24" 

    The Dream We Can Not Share

    Oil on Canvas
    29" x 24"
  • Taboo Dream
Oil on Canvas
28.5" x 24" 

    Taboo Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    28.5" x 24"
  • Midwinter Dream
Oil on Canvas
28.5" x 24" 

    Midwinter Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    28.5" x 24"
  • September's Dream
Oil on Canvas
29" x 24" 

    September's Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    29" x 24"
  • Here Is My Dream
Oil on Canvas
29" x 24" 

    Here Is My Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    29" x 24"
  • Dream, Hope to See Again
Oil on Canvas
28.5" x 36" 

    Dream, Hope to See Again

    Oil on Canvas
    28.5" x 36"
  • Dream from the Plateau
Oil on Canvas
64" x 51.5" 

    Dream from the Plateau

    Oil on Canvas
    64" x 51.5"
  • Dream Boomerang
Oil on Canvas
24" x 29" 

    Dream Boomerang

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 29"
  • Blossom Of Dream
Oil on Canvas
29" x 24" 

    Blossom Of Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    29" x 24"
  • Cyanic Clown’s Dream
Oil on Canvas
28.5" x 24" 

    Cyanic Clown’s Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    28.5" x 24"
  • Das Glasperlenspiel
Oil on Canvas
64" x 51.5" 

    Das Glasperlenspiel

    Oil on Canvas
    64" x 51.5"
  • Dead Vlei's Dream
Oil on Canvas
21" x 18" 

    Dead Vlei's Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    21" x 18"
  • Affection, the Carousel of the Dream
Oil on Canvas
36" x 46" 

    Affection, the Carousel of the Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 46"
  • Azure Misty Dream
Oil on Canvas
28.5" x 24" 

    Azure Misty Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    28.5" x 24"
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YoungHee Woo

Like a steady river flowing silently in the moonlight, YoungHee Woo’s mysterious oil paintings evoke contemplation and appreciation of the natural and the surreal. Her dreamlike artistic creations stem from her own contemplative eye and philosophical musings on life and death. Painting with deep hues and converging the spiritual and human worlds allows Ms. Woo to explore melancholic ideals while maintaining an appreciation of life. She views life and death not as clashing forces but as interwoven realities where one serves as an extension of the other. Ms. Woo strives to convey that not all that exists will last, and her sibylline art inspires viewers to appreciate life’s nobility and the eventual finality of all things.

Ms. Woo’s art tells stories based on her philosophical senses, unconstrained painting, and deliberate color selection. Women often appear in her paintings as absolute beings who have magical powers, as do elements of the natural world that serve as metaphors for sorrow and loneliness. Her focus on emotions, imagination, and dreams help her bridge gaps between reality, ideals, and vanity in an arresting fashion.





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