[About the Product]
Time to complete Korean Traditional Folk Paintings with color pencils!
The book contains 26 cuts of Korean Folk Paintings depicting summer-high subjects such as flowers, insects, watermelons, peaches and pomegranates. Without any unfamiliar and complex traditional painting tools, the color pencils alone brought back the comfortable and colorful colors inherent in folk paintings. Anyone can complete a great folk painting with a single colored pencil by simply learning the basics through a mini lesson presented in Part 1.
Minhwa's subjects include everyday wishes such as longevity, wealth, and family happiness. In "Hwajupdo," which depicts flowers and butterflies, the desire for joy, happiness and love between couples is contained, while in "Chochungdo," which combines insects and nature, contains a desire to love nature and follow its providence. And the "Sogwado," which depicts fruits and vegetables, contains a wish for the prosperity of offspring. It would be a good idea to have a time to wish for the well-being of myself and my surroundings, coloring the various flowers, fruit, and fruit trees contained in the book.
In addition, the author's color-pencil folk painting design was selected as Korea's representative design by the Korea International Trade Association and participated in an international Stationery & Office Fair held in New York, receiving great love from abroad. With gratitude, this book also contains English explanations to promote Korean folk paintings to the world and to receive more love.
The Korean Traditional Art Minhwa Coloring Book -Summer
In Part 1, a brief description of folk paintings, introduction of necessary tools, and lessons about important points are provided. You can familiarize yourself with basic contents for coloring colored pencils such as drawing lines, ground colors, and giving gradation effects in the lesson section.
In Part 2, you can see stylish 26 cuts of Korean folk paintings. You can examine the paintings, see what materials appear in the paintings, what they mean, and what forms they take, and feel their unique colors. And complete your own gallery by painting a large, cool sketch on the next page.
About the Author
Author: Jung A Kim
Tufts University with SMFA, majoring in Fine Arts
CEO of "Coloring Me."
Companies, public institutions, and cultural centers gave lectures on folk paintings that are easily painted with colored pencils, and folk paintings lectures were also given to foreigners at the Boston Museum of Art, the Korean Cultural Center in Canada, and the Namsangol Hanok Village in Korea.
By producing unique products with colored pencil folk painting designs, many participated in Minhwa Art Fair, Seoul Illustration Fair, and Handmade Fair. They were selected as representative designs of Korea by the Korea International Trade Association and participated in the international stationery &office exhibition held in New York.
• Paperback: 80 pages
• Publisher: ICONBOOKS. Co.
• Language: Korean
• ISBN: 9788997107506(899710750X)
• Product Dimensions: 210 * 270 * 9 mm /375g