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Jae Young Park
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Woolscape - Fantasy Life 1
Oil on Canvas
29" x 36" 

    Woolscape - Fantasy Life 1

    Oil on Canvas
    29" x 36"
  • Woolscape - Fantasy Life 2
Oil on Canvas
29" x 36" 

    Woolscape - Fantasy Life 2

    Oil on Canvas
    29" x 36"
  • Woolscape - Bashful
Oil on Canvas
44" x 76.5" 

    Woolscape - Bashful

    Oil on Canvas
    44" x 76.5"
  • Woolscape - Feel
Oil on Canvas, diptych
35.5" x 91.5" 

    Woolscape - Feel

    Oil on Canvas, diptych
    35.5" x 91.5"
  • Woolscape - Flowers
Oil on Canvas
23.5" x 59" 

    Woolscape - Flowers

    Oil on Canvas
    23.5" x 59"
  • Woolscape - Gaze
Oil on Canvas
71" x 71" 

    Woolscape - Gaze

    Oil on Canvas
    71" x 71"
  • Woolscape - Maternalism
Oil on Canvas
76.5" x 51" 

    Woolscape - Maternalism

    Oil on Canvas
    76.5" x 51"
  • Woolscape - Put Hand In
Oil on Canvas
71" x 71" 

    Woolscape - Put Hand In

    Oil on Canvas
    71" x 71"
  • Woolscape - Holder of Mugs
Oil on Canvas
23.5" x 19.5"
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    Woolscape - Holder of Mugs

    Oil on Canvas
    23.5" x 19.5"
    Sold
  • Woolscape - Chihuahua Outing
Oil on Canvas
31.5" x 23.5" 

    Woolscape - Chihuahua Outing

    Oil on Canvas
    31.5" x 23.5"
  • Woolscape - Contemporary Towers
Oil on Canvas
57.5" x 38" 

    Woolscape - Contemporary Towers

    Oil on Canvas
    57.5" x 38"
  • Woolscape - Our Twisted Hero
Oil on Canvas
46" x 36" 

    Woolscape - Our Twisted Hero

    Oil on Canvas
    46" x 36"
  • Woolscape - Persona 1
Oil on Canvas
25.5" x 21" 

    Woolscape - Persona 1

    Oil on Canvas
    25.5" x 21"
  • Woolscape - Persona 3
Oil on Canvas
25.5" x 21" 

    Woolscape - Persona 3

    Oil on Canvas
    25.5" x 21"
  • Woolscape - Changed Life
Oil on Canvas
46" x 36" 

    Woolscape - Changed Life

    Oil on Canvas
    46" x 36"
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Jae Young Park

What is the significance of a strand? What does it symbolize? What can we learn from the process of weaving strands together?

Jae Young Park explores these ideas through ‘woolscape paintings,’ which depict the process of drawing woven materials. The repetitive process of strands can be viewed as an allegory of the structure of modern society: each fiber is part of a larger collective, just as the lives of everyday people are interwoven to create a collective humanity. The way the strands embrace each together, and create patterns of over and underlays, is suggestive of our life within our societies, and our societies within a global structure. Through the combination of expanded scale works and various media, his works contain a message that warmly embraces the lives of modern people.

Park is a Korean contemporary artist and fine arts teacher who studied Western painting at the university and graduate school levels, and currently teaches in the style today. His work has been sold through Christie's Auction house, the K-Auction House, and solo and group exhibitions at various galleries and art fairs. Additionally, his works were exhibited at the South Korea's National Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul.