Large(ish) canvas paintings I did an age ago in Korea for international group exhibitions (as I recall).
The Serpent Conquers in Waves of Blood - Originally dedicated to Sarah Carter-Breton, this painting is instead stuck in Australian Post purgatory. Frowny face!
This painting is dedicated to Diana Ekelman Sung, Mingi Sung (성민기), Jeongmin Paul Sung (성정민) and Haemin Lee Sung (성해민). As a fellow writer and supporter of my Kickstarter campaign, thank you, Diana. It was a pleasure to see your family
Zany and Happy on a Hill - Dedicated to the Fantabulous Carl and Di Rogowski for Helping Fund my Kickstarter Campaign and being Supportive and Generally Awesome Always!
My second solo exhibition in Korea, called 'Thirty-two Worlds,' or, as Koreans would say, 서른 두 가지 세상. I thank the Lee Gallery in Daegu for hosting this exhibition.
This was my first solo exhibition, up to nine years ago in Korea (time is not my strong point). The name was 'From Australia to Hanji,' hanji being the traditional Korean paper on which I most love to work. Park Soonim and countless others helped in order to make this a charity event for disadvantaged children. I'm afraid, not being famous, I did not make as much as I'd hoped, but it helped towards some school materials and similar needs.
Soonim Dancing on Watermelons
Colours of the Rainbow
Girls Flies Kite In Blissful Ignorance Near the Evil Forest
Tied to Moonlight