The Creation

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
92 x 102 cm
The Creation

The Creation

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
92 x 102 cm

Skyfall

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
72 x 72 cm
Skyfall

Skyfall

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
72 x 72 cm

Nature’s Whisper

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
76 x 122 cm
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Nature’s Whisper

Nature’s Whisper

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
76 x 122 cm
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The Birth of Spring III

Min-Woo Bang
Acrylic on Canvas
100 x 100 cm
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The Birth of Spring III

The Birth of Spring III

Min-Woo Bang
Acrylic on Canvas
100 x 100 cm
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Phenomenon

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
51 x 56 cm
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Phenomenon

Phenomenon

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
51 x 56 cm
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Ghost of sky III

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
122 x 137 cm
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Ghost of sky III

Ghost of sky III

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
122 x 137 cm
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Re-visiting the Blue

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
152 x 182 cm
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Re-visiting the Blue

Re-visiting the Blue

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
152 x 182 cm
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Shadow Wind

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
51 x 76 cm
Shadow Wind

Shadow Wind

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
51 x 76 cm

Fleeting Stormy Cloud

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
102 x 102 cm
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Fleeting Stormy Cloud

Fleeting Stormy Cloud

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
102 x 102 cm
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Long Journey

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
102 x 138 cm
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Long Journey

Long Journey

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
102 x 138 cm
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Witnessing

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
51 x 56 cm
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Witnessing

Witnessing

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
51 x 56 cm
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Roaring up

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
92 x 102 cm
Roaring up

Roaring up

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Linen
92 x 102 cm

Red Shadow

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
51 x 51 cm
Red Shadow

Red Shadow

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
51 x 51 cm

Winter Dark Night

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
112 x 102 cm
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Winter Dark Night

Winter Dark Night

Min-Woo Bang
Oil on Canvas
112 x 102 cm
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Biography

In his new body of work, the artist expresses an emotional and visual response to recent and naturally occurring events: Australia’s bushfires and the pandemic. In each landscape, Australia’s vast and expansive skies are a vehicle for expression, gently absorbing, reflecting and interpreting the intensities and energies in flux below. In this way, the sky acts as a metaphor for human emotion and mood, conveying a deeply personal and intimate response from the artist.

These new paintings respond to the current moment in time, capturing the beauty of the Australian landscape, while simultaneously “exploring fear experienced from events out of our control”, the artist explains. Here the landscape’s language is distinct, communicating drama in billowing clouds and ripples of light. Dark treetops and faraway horizons invite contemplation of the land as a source of strength and calm as well as a template of emotional intensity. Within each landscape, a strong feeling of presence accompanies the sense of tension that underlies the unknown.

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