Jenny Han is originally from South Korea, studied Fashion at the University of Arts London and graduated in 2017. She worked partially as an illustrator and a private art tutor for young children in the middle of her education years. Previously, she engaged in fine art studio works for three years back during her 20s in South Korea.
She was intrigued by cartoon-based storybooks, making her enthusiasm to see reality as an abstract figure of platforms. She loved the dreamy lanes of focusing eyes into the philosophical world.
The majority of her works contribute to linking the syntax of image makings that she tries not to use any of the previous inventions experimented by other artists. The complicated-self from her whole engagement into identity journey through educations and experiences lead to being a multi-disciplinary visual artist.
She takes some whimsical abstract figures and cartoon based illustrated resources into one particular 2D format and then re-format the subjective images, remaining equivocal resemblances, and familiar symbols. Typically, her adoration of the sunflower became her loveable symbol of creation. It contains the whole validity of representational seeings into the abstract formation.
At present, she is grateful and appreciative for gaining genuine connections between international artists and art lovers through her fan-based responses on her Instagram gallery.
Hidden Photogenic Desire
Not Always a Happy Sunflower
I Always Kiss You, And You Can Put Your Smile Back
I Know What I Am Looking for New
The Hidden Truth about Success
The Dead End
Don’t Squeeze My Heart So Badly, Love