Korean artist Sun Young Min has created a vegetation art exhibition at the 'Bom Marche Rive Gauche' that mixes mystical paintings with misshapen pieces of plant life.
Rather than spending hours meticulously planning what she was going to paint for the exhibition, the artist took inspiration from her feelings. She wrote them down onto a journal the night before and the resulting artwork is mystical shapes that appear as though they are billowing in an imaginary wind. The exhibition is accompanied by vegetation in the form of moss that comes in different shades of green -- which all come together to form a map-like shape.
By coupling vegetation art with spontaneous paintings, the artist has managed to create a comprehensive exhibition that captures the viewer's attention.
This Exhibition Combines Paintings with Natural Vegetation
Mishal Omar — July 20, 2016 — Art & Design
References: sunyoungmin.paris & fubiz.net