i’m jealous of jung eun park

Sweet little houses all alone on, um, big leafy planets…? Ok, I’m not exactly sure what they are, but that does not stop me from loving them! Korean artist {now New York based} Jung Eun Park created these images as part of a series of drawings called “Missing Home”, and the inspiration behind them is really quite lovely:

Mostly my work has been about a relationship with my mother since I moved to New York and being separated from my family in a long distance. It became interests about a difficulty of communication, a fear of unconnected relationship, and a burden of being an independent person. I express my mentality caused by these problems with symbolic objects, human body and red thread in my drawing.

{via arthound}

comments (8)

  1. kate - art hound /// 08.01.2012 /// 5:35pm

    seeing these here made me smile. : ) xo

  2. the jealous curator /// 08.01.2012 /// 7:31pm

    did you know i would love them?

  3. Marine /// 08.02.2012 /// 8:10am

    This work is so beautiful and full of poetry, love it very much.
    Your blog is such a great place to discover amazing work! Thanks.

  4. the jealous curator /// 08.02.2012 /// 8:27am

    i love this work too… so quiet and lovely. (and thanks for the sweet words about the blog!)

  5. Hannah /// 08.10.2012 /// 11:58am

    Hello! Just want to say how amazing your blog is really, so so glad I stumbled upon it 🙂 If you’re jealous of other artists then I’m jealous of your knack for spotting them! x

  6. the jealous curator /// 08.10.2012 /// 12:34pm

    thanks so much hannah! : )

  7. Maddee /// 08.22.2012 /// 11:35am

    These pieces remind me of cell division/mitosis. Lovely blog, by the way!

  8. JUNG EUN /// 09.10.2012 /// 12:43pm

    thank you for having my work on your lovely blog 🙂