Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Yuna Chun "60%" 13th September - 10th October

The weather is finally changing and like the rainbow after that biblical flood Yuna Chun's new exhibition tell's us it's all going to be ok. 

With a mix of works on paper, ceramics and intricately detailed geometric paintings on wood and acrylic surfaces, Yuna's "60%" is a collection throbbing with colour. Her work is like a Long Island iced tea, there's a lot in it, it's very sweet and it's sure to make you smile. Come up and enjoy the work now that Rooftop is a little more festive.  


Lines connecting dots, small things to bigger things and colour to colour. What is this? This is a collection of work informed by my observations of the sky and bits and pieces of nature, with just a pinch of obsessive hand painting. To put it simply, 60% is a visualisation of my personal experiences and interests. Look close to find little brush marks or paint applied out of the lines, this is where you'll find me in the work.


Yuna Chun was born in Seoul, South Korea and now lives and works in Melbourne. She has recently completed her study of Fine Art at RMIT and is now serving tea in the day and painting at night. Yuna likes colourful things and she is truly happy when she's painting in colour.

1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed looking at the many wall paintings that you have done. Not being very handy with a paintbrush, even though
    I know what I like in the way of art, I took the easier option to order this canvas print from the site wahooart.com .

    It’s an unusual work called Forest music 1, by Remedios Varo Uranga, a Spanish-Mexican woman artist.