Paper, paper



October 8, 2014
Naturally dyed paper made into the building blocks
Naturally dyed paper made into the building blocks

Arrived in foggy Seoul but at least the temperature is more comfortable than Hong Kong. Straight to Kwang -Young Chun’s house where we contrasted the method of dying paper with natural plant dyes to achieve a bright and relatively stable palette. What a beautiful place set in the hills and surrounded by trees and very noisy insects.

Mr Chun and Rosalie Kim discussing his art work
Mr Chun and Rosalie Kim discussing his art work

The studio has a gallery where the large 3 dimensional pieces are displayed. The workshop is on the top floor where the view is of the mountains and farm land.

The official photograph! Mr Chun, Susan Catcher, Peter Kelleher, Rosalie Kim and Seungmi
The official photograph! Mr Chun, Susan Catcher, Peter Kelleher, Rosalie Kim and Seungmi Claire Baik

 

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