Black and White Illustrations
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Using pastels is wonderful way play with colours and add texture.
Korean Temple, 2015, pastel
These glowing orbs can be seen everywhere during the celebration of Buddha's birthday (석가탄신일) when all the Korean temples light up their lanterns. An explosion of colour is experiences over a few days of festivities.Exhibited at Perceive Nature Solo Exhibition, 2015, Samcheok South Korea. (sold)
Spring, 2014, pastel
Spring-time in Korea is cherry blossom-time. Pale pink and white flowers against a still cold grayish blue sky.Exhibited at Perceive Nature Solo Exhibition, 2015, Samcheok South Korea.
Summer, 2014, pastel
Early summer mornings in the small Korean mountain villages are met with low hanging mist covering the mountains. It seems sinister, until, within a blink of an eye, the clouds lift and the sun starts shining through warming up the day.Exhibited at Perceive Nature Solo Exhibition, 2015, Samcheok South Korea.
Autumn, 2013, pastel
Autumn is an explosion of colours in the Korean mountains. The bright reds of the maples and the striking yellows of the aspens leaves one gazing in wonderstruck.Exhibited at Perceive Nature Solo Exhibition, 2015, Samcheok South Korea. (sold)
Winter, 2015, pastel
Winter covers the Korean mountains in a blanket of snow and silence. It's long and harsh, but nonetheless beautiful.Exhibited at Perceive Nature Solo Exhibition, 2015, Samcheok South Korea. (sold)
Into the Darkness, 2013, pastel
Tiny, cramped, infiltration tunnels make their way through the DMZ. It's quite the experience to venture through these vaults.Exhibited at Perceive Nature Solo Exhibition, 2015, Samcheok South Korea.
Crescent Meadow, 2016, pastel
Only a few things will ever come close to an open meadow surrounded by the giants of the redwood family. The sheer magnitude of the sequoias in the distance can not be comprehended. One can only stare over the still icy field in amazement.
Cosmic Owl, 2016, pastel, watercolour, brushpen
Inspired by a dream a friend once had...this is my take on a cosmic owl gliding through the galaxies.
Crouching Tiger, 2016, pastel
Creeping behind colours. The same tiger can be seen in some of my black and white illustrations.
Iris, 2016, pastel, watercolour, copic pen
Made with love for my mother who wanted a purple iris.
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