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This painting to remind me the first time I went to Japan. It was the first time that I need to learn everything and try hard and work hard to exhibit my artworks there.
The carp is symbol of Japan and also every fishes when they lack of water, they will always fight and strive hard to find water to live. This is like our life, we need to fight and ambitious to get what we desired.
The blue stroke is like the obstacle or new challenges in life and the carp is red because it is hidden energy of everyone that you can go through it.
Early in her career, June (JP Pemapsorn) began her pursuit of her true calling as a visual artist, initially inspired by her father’s work as an architect. Her passion for the visual expression of emotion translates into each piece she creates, using techniques such as realism, impressionism, surrealism, or abstract. Her work moves the viewer by creating an internal energy which motivates an exploration uncovering the complexities of each piece.
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