Christina Lee's Artist Page
Hi! My name is Christina Lee, and I am currently attending UCLA as an art major. For me, art is like a natural instinct that guides my hands to create various stories and new worlds out of a variety of materials. I hope to create art that is eye-catching, and visually saturated, and to raise questions and produce multiple meanings for my audience to interpret.
For me, the image of art sticks inside our heads longer, because the alluring presence of each piece of art that people appreciate is from the powerful and emotional connection that attracts people to its beautiful nature in the first place.
Title: Title: "Revival"
Description: "Revival" is a graphic collage created through Photoshop and made with images that is reminiscent of art made during the Renaissance. This shows the meaning of regrets made in the past, symbolized by images of a fake newspaper titled "Titanic Sinking: No Lives Lost". I used blue hues to portray tears that were spilled over past regrets. But, I also used pops of color that contrast the blue, representing signs of hope. Adding a compass and pictures of European architecture represents a sense of direction and an organized structure in life.
Renaissance means a "rebirth", and by using art that depicts the feeling of the art in the Renaissance period, I illustrated a glimpse of hope for rebirth that can be found in the future.
Medium: Mixed Media
WiroArt Canvas™: 16 Inch x 20 inch
WiroArt Wallclock™: 10.75 inch x 10.75 inch
Original Painting: N/A