Times Square from Above (sold)





Han notes that he likes to think of his compositions as visual analogies to a string quartet in which individual elements – line, hue, color, or texture – are allowed to dominate or recede in the interests of the larger effect. Images hover above or below the surface, present and absent at the same time. Through such devices, Han manages to express the sense of New York City as an amalgamation of fleeting sights, sounds and ever changing energy.” -Eleanor Heartney

The diversity effects which Han achieves in this painting is quite striking. He gives stimulating visual effect by breaking down the forms in mosaics of colors and hold them in grids. He deconstructs the imageries and reconstructs them to give his artistic expressions.
Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 28.62 x 35.75
1481/12000

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