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Big Airplane 2 Painting

hanji Park

South Korea

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 39.4 W x 31.6 H x 1 D in

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A mountain is a mountain even if it contains water. A mountain is a mountain even if it blooms. We are looking for a way to live by projecting our lives into the mountains. I think the deep foundation that the guide suggests will become order and become stronger in our society. Even in a war of human greed, they give us everything like a mother caring for a child. It is said that Busan was settled deep in the mountains where people did not live as refugees flocked at once during the Korean War. Nature gave them a place in the face of a war in which everything was destroyed and a haven. The mountain ranges left behind in nature feel as solid vitality as a sign that gives to those who have endured countless hours silently. Sometimes they capture the sea, they capture the forest, and they capture the house, but whatever they contain, they seem to say, "I am the mountain." The mountain ranges project the unchanging order of the mountains, leaving the white canvas itself empty. I felt relaxed in the resting place and learned to appreciate it. Appreciation teaches moderation.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:39.4 W x 31.6 H x 1 D in

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Mountains are mountains. I'm Park Han-ji, an artist who tells the story of a house built on a mountain. During the Korean War, many refugees gathered in Busan and built houses up to the top of the mountain. Even amidst the desperate desires of war-torn people, the mountains allowed houses and flowers to bloom. The mountain, which gives everything, is like a mother's arms. But aren't we modern refugees now searching for better homes and better lands? What is the path to co-prosperity? We try to find the answer to that in the nature of the mountain. Modern people, including myself, who live without settling down anywhere, seem anxious. It's no different from refugees who search for a place to live during a war. Even if the war is over, my path of escape will not end. I long for a settled life as I search for a way. I want to learn about a settled life from the attitude of the mountain that always stands there. Modern society is like a house built on a mountain, unstable and unsettled, much like the refugees who sought refuge there. It reflects my desire for dynamic movements, like planes and cars. I want to empty the essence of the mountain range as a white canvas and share many thoughts while working. I also borrow the image of a rock, where a house cannot be built, to represent a place where the values of nature and the world can rest for a while through a series of houses that cannot be built on rocks.

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