She is a Korean artist based in Seoul and Tokyo.
She like to express emotion, air, light, and energy on canvas with vivid color.
The artist currently lives in Japan and travels throughout the world, being exposed to various cultures.
She is particularly influenced by subcultures, especially Kawaii (“cute” in Japanese) culture.
The girl in her artwork is a symbol of happiness and pure hope; it sends out positive energy to people.
She also has published books: ‘Niko Niko Street Market’(enbooks in Japan) and ‘MIJI world’(artePOP in Korea).
Whenever I stand in front of a white canvas, I start listening to my inner self.
I ask myself how can I make people happy. How can I make myself happy?
In my art, I like to incorporate all the emotions- sadness, happiness, anger- and transform them into positive energy.
Standing in front of a white canvas, listening to my heart, I go into a kind of a meditative state where I am left only with pure emotions.
Only then am I ready to transform my emotions into vivid colors. I can see myself, my positive energy, reborn on the canvas.
Making people happy and positive through my art makes me feel fulfilled.
It makes me curious to find happiness in this world. I hope that my art can also help you find your happiness.