Korean-born, Seattle artist Eunice Kim is internationally known and celebrated for her signature dot-based imagery and singular commitment to sustainable printmaking. Deeply informed by her life in the Cascade Mountain foothills, Kim's newest series sources reclaimed wood as her material and inspiration. Working strictly with what nature provides, the artist finds and coaxes out narratives from aged grains, knots, cracks, and imperfections -- a process best described as "meditation on seeing." Printed entirely from actual specimens, artworks celebrate innate characteristics and intrinsic beauty of reclaimed timber through exquisite minimalist aesthetic straddling abstraction and realism.
Please note: Due to the artist's unique printing process, her editioned works (Five Elements, Porous) vary subtly between impressions. Please do not hesitate to contact us to see an image of exact impression we currently have.
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