Arthur Kwon Lee

Arthur Kwon Lee is a Korean American painter whose gestural mark making harmonizes expressive color palettes with world mythologies. His work has won awards from George Washington University, the Korean Artists Association, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and most recently the inaugural title of 'Artist of the Year' by the Eileen Kaminsky Family Foundation. Lee draws inspiration from a broad range of sources including Jungian psychoanalysis, local religious traditions, and his lifelong commitment to martial arts.

A Million Masks of God

By Arthur Kwon Lee / May 21, 2021 / 0 Comments

Myth, religion, psychology, and the fragmented nature of 21st century culture and media converge in Arthur Kwon Lee’s paintings, which are rendered in acrylic on canvas.

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