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Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin. Korean artist watercolorist Jong-sik Shin is famous for expressing clean, transparent colors and his still life paintings express colorful, dignified and deep feeling. Taking flowers, dishes and hemp cloth as materials, he does not compose as they are seen but recomposes with new ideas. His excellent talent of lighting the hue reaches the vivid expression of emphasizing points of main materials according to hue and the background of his paintings are usually left blank. Delicacy and boldness are coexisting in his composition, raising affections of appreciators. Shin Jong Sik paints exclusively with Mission Gold Watercolors, a new premium line of watercolors distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Martin F. Weber Company.

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin. In addition to being an artist, and art professor, Jong Sik Shin has authored two watercolor books. His book, Technique Expressive & Application, instructs readers in essential watercolor fundamentals and special techniques, as well as more advanced concepts. In this book, readers can follow and learn techniques including how to employ items such as plastic wrap, salt, spray bottles, toothbrushes and masking tape to render varied surfaces. Each project begins with a materials needed list and a pencil drawing. The step-by-step lessons are beautifully illustrated and conclude with one of Shin’s finished paintings. His book, The Display of Light, is an inspiring collection of his still life paintings, landscapes, seascapes and floral paintings.

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

Watercolors by Korean artist Jong Sik Shin

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