Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

These architectural watercolor studies by Sunga Park seem to drip and fade out of focus like a memory or a dream. The graphic designer and illustrator currently lives and works in Busan, South Korea as a wallpaper designer but it seems her true passion is for watercolor and other artistic endeavors. “I’m living in Busan, South Korea, worked as a graphic designer and drawn illustrations for kids. I majored in economics and didn’t have a regular art school education in some reasons. So I can’t tell you what my exact art field is but I want to show you something different.”

 

Sacre-Coeur church in Montmartre, Paris

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Oxford, UK

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Paris, France

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Venice, Italy

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Oxford, UK

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

High Court Clock Tower, Yangon, Myanmar

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Venice, Italy

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Venice, Italy

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Harrods, London

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

The Whitehall street entrance, London

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

 

Kolkata, India

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

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4 Comments
  1. jagrati singh

    Fantastic job! But if you give the method then it will be more attractive for the people who like paintings

  2. Bria Waters

    Hi I love these!! I was what other method did you use along with the watercolor? It looks like pen or fine marker maybe? I would love to know your process on how you create these pieces.

  3. E Smith

    Are they for sale anywhere?

  4. beautiful

    Beautiful! Love it.