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"For this work, I chose paper because paper is weak in water, but does not disappear; giving a sense of existence that can remain in some form. To compensate for the weakness of the paper, it was folded into several layers and connected to each other to express its solidity and strength. Also, the overlapping shapes and lines were inspired by Korean traditional roofs. This type of roofing is still preserved on traditional Hanok roofs in urban and rural areas." ~Sookkyung Park
This origami creation will look dazzling in any room of your home or office.
Available for Purchase:  The original 23" x 33" x 23" Origami Sculpture and as a reproduction of the original.

Wave II

  • ?Most of my work contains blue reminiscent of the sea. For me, the meaning of the blue is that it has a strong will, a spirit of challenge, a cool feeling, and the ability to flow freely. When I was in my 20's, I often traveled to the sea when I had time. I used to dream of many thoughts and futures as I looked endlessly at the open sea. Those memories and reflections still exist in my heart. I want to share my feelings with the audience who understands the intentions of my artwork, using it as a tool for conversation.? One of my artworks is the ebb and tide, which is the theme to express the conflict of mind I've always faced. Just like the ebb and tide breathing and changing the sea, I have made this work with the desire to move forward in the face of such changes and conflicts. My point of view captures moments of nature and everyday life and expresses these emotions in color and form.?

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