I am a recluse. I am highly introverted, shy, and quiet. My mind wanders a lot which makes paying attention a difficult task. I draw masterpieces that even M.C. Escher would be jealous of in the margins of my notebook. There are times when I feel like I was born in the wrong decade. My enthusiasm for most things is minute. Contentment is persistent in my life. My iPod is my best friend. It goes where I go. Always.
Traditional Korean Minhwa (folk painting) illustrations by Seongmin Ahn
Seongmin Ahn received B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Asian traditional painting from Seoul National University in Seoul Korea and then received the second M.F.A from Maryland Institute College of Art. With practical experience and deep understand of tradition, her work takes Asian traditional painting as starting point and transform it into something experimental with her own interpretation bridging tradition and modern, and East and West.
She teaches at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Queens Museum of Art, Korean Cultural Service in New York, Creative Center for Women with Cancer and University Settlement specialized in Asian traditional painting.
We are electric light beings vibrating within an energetic universe. We are both receivers and transmitters of energy – a vibrational transmitter. We are constantly sending out signals (frequencies/vibrations of energy) that will either attract or repel other vibrational beings, events, and experiences.