Paige Jiyoung Moon

December 05, 2018, 12:09am

New American Paintings Alumni Take Over UNTITLED Miami

It’s that time of year again- Art Week Miami is upon us.  New American Paintings is trading in our winter coats for flip flops and jetting off to UNTITLED Miami.  Come with us as we see friends of past and present, starting with the 20 NAP Alumni booths you don’t want to miss:


1. Alex Jackson (Midwest #119)
Jenkins Johnson Gallery | Booth #D22


Trance Glance
oil on panel
24 x 20 inches

Image courtesy of Jenkins Johnson Gallery

March 18, 2014, 9:43am

Everyday Evocative: Paige Jiyoung Moon

Something about Paige Jiyoung Moon’s (NAP #109) paintings stays with you. They are colorful, inviting, and familiar – and in them Moon captures her everyday experiences and environments in a way that is playful and realistic.

It isn’t her style that is particularly naturalistic though, it is her subject matter. Her style is slightly exaggerated in perspective, as she often places viewers so that it feels as if we are hovering above the scene, looking down on it from afar.  Her paintings make me consider memories and memory-making – how we experience a day, how we remember it, and how we reconstruct it in our minds. 

On the converse of the everyday, though, Moon also creates a dreamlike quality in her work, because as we hover over images of her painted memories – of a screen printing class, or a hike through Sequoia, or a weekend hotel stay – it conjures a memory-bank full of my own recollections from such classes, hikes, and trips.  It is personal and voyeuristic, everyday and evocative, and ephemeral eye candy that leaves me wanting to spend a day in the life of (or with) Moon. – Ellen C. Caldwell, Los Angeles Contributor

Paige Jiyoung Moon | Printshop, Acrylic on wood panel, 14"x 11," 2013.

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