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Composed with a hazy, ethereal quality, this work from artist Guseul Park captures a demure figure in a ballgown. Printed on canvas with an image brush gel finish for added texture.
  • Giclee printed on canvas with image brush gel finish
  • Grand scale
  • This item is available online only and ships direct to customer so your order may arrive in multiple shipments. 
  • This item is not available for in store pick up.
  • Custom Art is manufactured especially for you, which is why we do not accept cancellations, exchanges, or returns.
Guseul Park was born and raised in Korea and studied ceramics in college; however, she was always drawn to painting and drawing and is a self taught artist. “Art means meditation to me. By creating art, I get to go explore the deepest side of me and examine my state of mind. Creating art always brought me to a state of pure joy. It is the place in which I can be myself.” Her favorite medium to use is pencil which she describes as “back to basics art.”
    Composed with a hazy, ethereal quality, this work from artist Guseul Park captures a demure figure in a ballgown. Printed on canvas with an image brush gel finish for added texture.
    • Giclee printed on canvas with image brush gel finish
    • Grand scale
    • This item is available online only and ships direct to customer so your order may arrive in multiple shipments. 
    • This item is not available for in store pick up.
    • Custom Art is manufactured especially for you, which is why we do not accept cancellations, exchanges, or returns.
    Guseul Park was born and raised in Korea and studied ceramics in college; however, she was always drawn to painting and drawing and is a self taught artist. “Art means meditation to me. By creating art, I get to go explore the deepest side of me and examine my state of mind. Creating art always brought me to a state of pure joy. It is the place in which I can be myself.” Her favorite medium to use is pencil which she describes as “back to basics art.”