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Lost Identity Felice by Sung Lee

Sung explores her life’s journey to find her cultural identity through people and nature. It expresses the conflict of cultures, one of which she was born into and the other which she adopted. Between these two differing cultures she feels she has lost her identity.

She paints her friends from various backgrounds. Her work is somewhat realistic with an abstract twist. She also expresses her thoughts and emotions through colours and fragmented shapes. When she looks at images of people and nature, she sees shapes made by lights and darkness where she visualises organic lines and forms. She interprets this through gestural lines and the flow of colours in a more abstract manner by placing fragmented organic shapes on somewhat representational subject matters.

Lost Identity Felice

Sung Lee

AUD$1,490
Size: 61w x 91h x 4d cms
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Acrylic on stretched canvas

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Lost Identity Felice by Sung Lee

Sung explores her life’s journey to find her cultural identity through people and nature. It expresses the conflict of cultures, one of which she was born into and the other which she adopted. Between these two differing cultures she feels she has lost her identity.

She paints her friends from various backgrounds. Her work is somewhat realistic with an abstract twist. She also expresses her thoughts and emotions through colours and fragmented shapes. When she looks at images of people and nature, she sees shapes made by lights and darkness where she visualises organic lines and forms. She interprets this through gestural lines and the flow of colours in a more abstract manner by placing fragmented organic shapes on somewhat representational subject matters.

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