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Delicate paintings by Lee Me Kyeoung

Delicate Paintings by Lee Me Kyeoung detail the small convenience stores throughout South Korea

 

Peeking through peach blossoms or nestled into a snowy landscape, the tiny shops that Lee Me Kyeoungrenders are found across South Korea, from Mokpo to Jeju and Seoul to Gapyeong.

The artist already has spent decades speaking with the store owners and weaving their stories into her delicate paintings as part of her ongoing A Small Store series. Her most recent works encapsulate the experience of standing in front of the establishments by capturing every detail: the multicolored goods evenly stacked, advertisements posted in the windows, bikes parked out front, and the sloping tiled roofs.

 

Me Kyeoung’s work recently culminated in a book detailing the still-open locations for those interested in visiting the shops in person. The prolific artist also shares updates on future exhibitions, in addition to photographs of the original stores she visits, on Instagram.

 

 

This content is an abstract from This is Colossal, July 20, 2020. Grace Ebert

Luminous Portraits of Sliced Fruit

Each oil on canvas painting focuses exclusively on the edible subject.

Dennis Wojtkiewicz is Professor of Art at Bowling Green State University where he has taught painting and drawing since 1988. He received his M.F.A. degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1981 and also studied at the Atelier Neo-Medici in France under the direction of Patrick Betaudier in 1978 and 1983.

 

Best known for his distinctive large-scale paintings of fruit and flowersin which the subject matter is encapsulated and transfixed by a heightened approach to realism.

 

His work has been shown in international art fairs in Bridgehampton, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Palm Beach, Santa Fe, Taipei and Toronto as well as in numerous galleries and exhibitions throughout the U.S. He is a past recipient of two Ohio Arts Council Individual Fellowships with paintings and drawings represented in major public, private and corporate collections.

 

He paints enormous portraits of sliced fruit, often scaling four feet across or more.

 

Each oil on canvas painting focuses exclusively on the edible subject, with dramatic backlit lighting seeming to light up the melons, citrus, apples, and kiwis. While Wojtkiewicz focuses on tiny details like individual segments of juice, striations, and the fuzzy skins, the realism is tempered by a slightly hazy, impressionistic finish.

 

You can see more of his paintings on his website.

 

Part of this content is based on an article by Laura Staugaitis, Editor & Contributing Writer at Colossal.