Title: Pop Star

Year: 2013

Materials: Printmaking on papers

Dimension: 11.5 x 10 in of each paper

Description: For this artwork, it was created by screen printmaking process. It was purposed to create an artwork that deals with understanding and re-constructing of Andy Warhol's pop artwork, portrait of Marilyn Monroe.  Furthermore, by composing my upside down self character puzzled with the portrait Marilyn Monroe, it focuses on the concept of icons and pop artworks. 

Title: Aura  
Year: 2012
Materials: Oil, and acrylic on canvas
Dimension: 20 x 28 in 
Description: This is the progressive painting on researching on identity with using the idea of masks, and how it can depict the similar masks with different characters. By putting various colors behind the masks, it contrasts with the constant pattern of  color, or shape on each masks. 




Title: Untitled

Year: 2011

Materials: Pencil drawing on board

Dimension:  35 x 50 in

Description: Working on surrealist drawing, using myself as a character on drawing to open the social issues.

Title: Now I belong

Year: 2013

Materials: mixed media on canvas

Dimension: 16 X 20 in

Description: For this artwork, I took a photo of self portrait and edited the image and printed on the canvas. The use of yellow light metaphorically blends with the figure on the canvas, which emphasizes as an aura of her existence.  The purpose of the work, is to create an alienation of the self-identity through diverse experiences of cultural and social issues in Los Angeles. Furthermore, through the upside down face, it opens up the social gap between two different places, specifically in between Seoul, and Los Angeles so that it brings the question of core identity, or the issue of race.     


PORTRAITS 

Title: Self portraits

Year: 2012

Materials: Oil painting on canvas

Dimension:  16 x 20 in

Description: I want to depict my self portrait with the places that I'd been stayed such as one on the top left is Northern Virginia, one on the top right is South Korea, one on the bottom of right is Sydney, Australia, and one on the bottom left is California. I attempt to use different colors as represent each place by using my feeling about the place.

So Jung Park


Title: Expressions 
Year: 2016
Materials: latex masks 
Dimension: 10 X 6in each  
Description: For this artwork, I mold five different expressions of myself and created into latex masks. by rolatation of  the different color fading, it emphasizes the each expression as change of time and the story of a person, and it symbolizes the each countenance and how it can be diverse yet still under my face.

Title: Last Supper

Year: 2012

Materials: Acrylic on canvas

Dimension: 20 x 28 in

Description: This artwork is my self portrait, I put myself as upside down and by putting upside down face, it shows my inside character. By holding a cake of white face, it represents as my struggle to being as an international student, and wanting to be completely belong with new environment. I metaphorically use a different race as a food as a representation of jealous.

Follow Me

Title:  Untitled  
Year: 2016
Materials: mixed media (latex mask, photo, collage on canvas)
Dimension: 16 X 20 in 
Description: For this artwork, I took a photo of self portrait and edited the image and printed on the canvas. The purpose of the work, is to create an alienation of the self-identity through diverse experiences of cultural and social issues in Los Angeles. Furthermore, through the upside down face, it opens up the social gap between two different places, specifically in between Seoul, and Los Angeles so that it brings the question of core identity, or the issue of race.      

Title: Reflection of the reality

Year: 2012

Materials: Painting, broken into small scales mirror glasses on canvas

Dimension: 20 x 28 in

Description: To create this work of art, it triggered me to focus on the concept of our perception on staring on mirror. It was intended to create an experimental painting that rotates the visions of space inside of painting.