Paige Jiyoung Moon
American artist Paige Jiyoung Moon offers viewers of her work access to meticulous microcosms of expression and action. Most often selecting themes borrowed from the everyday world, Moon offers a momentary visual escape that tiptoes into the realm of the autobiographical.
Borrowing a meticulous approach akin to an illustrator yet often approaching her works with a rather raking perspective, Moon adjusts her viewer’s vantage to transform the way in which one can access her scenes. Resulting is a tension between the seen and unseen, the viewer and the viewed, that makes Moon’s work all the more compelling.
Born in Korea, Moon has enjoyed the showcase of her work in venues across the country. Recent exhibitions include “Moment in Color” at the Flower Pepper Gallery in Pasadena (2016) and “Power of Ten” at Steve Turner Gallery in Los Angeles (2019).