We’re so excited to announce our Energy Art Exhibition
featuring the vibrant paintings of artist Jisu Han
! All throughout May, her work will be available to view and purchase as fine art prints on canvas.
Jisu Han is an accomplished illustrator and painter who has worked on various children's books, adult fables, and international art projects, including the illustrations for Change Your Energy founder Ilchi Lee’s storybook, Bird of the Soul.
As a seasoned meditator, she infuses the power of deep meditative states into her art to capture feelings of light, life and oneness…
So when you bring one of her works into your space, you’re not only getting something beautiful to look at…
You also get an experience of joy, serenity, comfort and contemplation.
Energy art serves as energy transmitters that deliver the purest energy to all who see them. Jisu’s art pieces change your energy in positive ways that bring you closer to your best self.
Choose from 2 collections:
Light of Life
— This series expresses the light energy of the Source of Life. This is the light that can be experienced in deep meditation, when the boundaries between all things disappear and we become one with everything. Choose the expressions that call to you and help connect you to your inner light.
Flower of the Universe
— This series expresses the joy and limitless freedom the artist experiences when immersed in energy meditation. In each painting, a whirlwind of this energy forms the core of a flower whose pure white petals bloom endlessly and indefinitely… portraying a universe in constant flux that is being recreated in every moment. Choose the flower of the universe that empowers you to accept and create change.
Jisu creates her work by applying multiple layers of traditional Korean paper to canvas, and then painting with acrylic.
“I fell in love with traditional Korean paper while experimenting with various media to express the feeling of light. The natural texture and breathable quality of the paper allows me to capture the image of light that I felt.
“The strength of this paper is its 'naturalness.’ I’ve yet to find a more suitable material for expressing nature. Humans heal best when they are in nature. For that, I wanted the materials to resemble nature.”
Note: This is a limited-time exhibit and these art prints are ONLY available for purchase during May 2022, so don’t miss out! Check them out here