Three new paintings from Korean female artist Sun Woo

'Tale As Old As Time', 'How Do I Get There?', 'Instant Crush'

Image from Instagram @jade.haus

ARTIST

Aug 27, 2020

By Saint Maison Team

One of our favorite young artist from Seoul has released three new paintings this month, after her recent solo show 'Wishing Well'.


For those who don't follow her work...you're missing out!

Image from Instagram @jade.haus

Tale As Old As Time (2020)

Acrylic on Canvas

73 x 61 cm

Image from Instagram @jade.haus

How Do I Get There? (2020)

Acrylic on canvas

73 x 61 cm

Image from Instagram @jade.haus

Instant Crush (2020)

Acrylic on canvas

81.7 x 16.3 cm

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