The engagement on portraying humans and objects in an authentic way would be a key element of my personal visualization; meanwhile the juxtaposition of traditional and digital mediums is sometimes utilized in my large scale paintings and installation in contemporary methods.
I work with meditated traces of daily life scenes which promotes my creative endeavors of art making. It often seems a prosaic, slow, and ritualistic procedure but eventually accelerates the process of bringing reminiscence and imagination.
In accordance with observational paintings and drawings, I also experience abstract pictures from a specific kind of people, situation, and verses. This sensation serves as contemplation, which liberates me from burdens and discomforts, to bring a focus in my work. The outcome can be often visually hypothetical but conceptually hyperreal.
I understand portrait tells a story and reattach disconnected relationship between people and environments. It efficiently describes how people are situated in their timeline. I am grateful that I can delineate human figures and faces on two-dimensional surface within the spectrum of contemporary art. But I see that my work slightly breaks the boundaries of the other contemporary artists’ styles because of my unique approach and use of color. It is my character because I am highly influenced by the work of Renaissance, Dutch Golden Age, and Korean culture.
Choi, a citizen of the US, studied fine arts at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA and today actively gets involved in art at Washington DC metropolitan area.
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