Myung Su Ham creates a delicate portrayal of the moon, allowing the craters to form a texture one could touch.
Ham conveys a city, but utilizes a texture that contradicts our preconception of buildings.
Ham's Self- Portrait, uses a texture to cover his own image and portray himself unlike what others would expect.
Some describe texture as an art principle to counter the viewer's beliefs. However, this sculpture portrays perfectly the strength of a mountain, allowing one to reminisce their own experience.
Ham portrays Buddha, through repeating a motif to create Buddha's face. The pattern used looks like a field of grain, creating a texturized image.
The way Pringle forms the tiger, creates a texture. Allowing one to see and feel the softness of the tiger's fur.
With the texture used in this City Scape, Ham is once again fighting our beliefs of what the city is made of. Creating new questions to ask.
Inkie Whang utilizes a raised texture in his painting, Dream Journey. The painting allows the viewer to imagine their own dreams from the shapes and pattern.
The Lunar Roving Vehicle, is not a tactile experience most have experienced and yet Ham contradicts our presumptions of the texture.
The portrayal of refuges in stone gives life to this sculpture, by utilizing a texture that conveys strength.
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This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Yale Center for British Art
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Korean Art Museum Association
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