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Since 1978, Joong Hi Lee’s work has been exhibited in art galleries and museums in Paris, London, Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo, New York and other cities as an international artist. Joong Hi Lee is an artist based in South Korea who has been expressing the movement and calmness of the soul. His work is a “symphonizing dynamism of the soul and color”. The Mandala, the main theme of his paintings, harmonizes with the root of traditional Korean color and spirit. His paintings are currently being collected by The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea “Not visible, but existing… not tangible, but real… I cannot explain, but it is certainly living. That thing we are striving to find, connected to the seed of nature… sits deep inside trying to meet us …” – Joong Hi Lee “What we see in Joong Hi Lee’s paintings change visually depending on our psychological and physical situation – the true meaning of illusion…” “Joong Hi Lee’s canvas reveals itself as an overflowing space of coherent inspiration. Words pour out from within the stunningly beautiful picture with seductive power.” – Murata Keinosuke, Director of the Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Japan This webpage is managed by artist joonghi 's daughter, Kaiah. "I'm gladly pursuing of showing Joonghi's work to many people through Society6. Please visit for more about his works : http://www.joonghileeart.com. Thank you!" joined Society6 on April 28, 2012

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Since 1978, Joong Hi Lee’s work has been exhibited in art galleries and museums in Paris, London, Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo, New York and other cities as an international artist. Joong Hi Lee is an artist based in South Korea who has been expressing the movement and calmness of the soul. His work is a “symphonizing dynamism of the soul and color”. The Mandala, the main theme of his paintings, harmonizes with the root of traditional Korean color and spirit. His paintings are currently being collected by The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea “Not visible, but existing… not tangible, but real… I cannot explain, but it is certainly living. That thing we are striving to find, connected to the seed of nature… sits deep inside trying to meet us …” – Joong Hi Lee “What we see in Joong Hi Lee’s paintings change visually depending on our psychological and physical situation – the true meaning of illusion…” “Joong Hi Lee’s canvas reveals itself as an overflowing space of coherent inspiration. Words pour out from within the stunningly beautiful picture with seductive power.” – Murata Keinosuke, Director of the Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Japan This webpage is managed by artist joonghi 's daughter, Kaiah. "I'm gladly pursuing of showing Joonghi's work to many people through Society6. Please visit for more about his works : http://www.joonghileeart.com. Thank you!"

joined Society6 on April 28, 2012.