Eddie Kang

Winter Sunshine, 2023

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Acrylic on canvas
11.8 inches (30 cm) Diameter

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Eddie Kang’s work is visual poetry that relates to his life and experiences. His “Yeti” paintings depict his latest expression of a character that is a protector and guardian. Kang is technical, a colorist and a thoughtful narrator - a master of specifics. The setting in which his figures play are derived from beautiful Japanese and Korean landscapes built up through layer upon layer of rhyming paint.

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About the Artist

Eddie Kang

(b. 1980) ; 2003 BFA in Fine Art: Film, Animation, Video, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, RI, US. Kang’s work, characterized by thick contour lines, use of primary colors, and narrative images—similar to the properties of comics—is often categorized as a new style called ‘animamix,’ which refers to a combination of animation and comics. Employing the characteristics of the familiar genre known as comics, the artist not only evokes pure childhood emotions but has dreamed up a utopian space into which he invites our exhausted contemporaries to take a rest. Kang’s playful paintings feature a cast of teddy bears, puppies, dolls and most recently the Yeti, meant to serve as companions to city dwellers who feel isolated in an increasingly digital world. Eddie Kang has considered art as a medium for conveying happiness.

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