‘Luckiest Wild Flower’ by JP Neang
Artist: JP Neang
Title: ‘Luckiest Wild Flower’
Medium: Graphite and watercolour on paper
Dimensions: 4″ x 6″
Framing: Framed in a white solid wood frame (frame size: 10″ x 8″)
Year of Creation: 2021
About the Artwork:
Based on JP’s fictional character, Lucky Sleven, the calamity of good things. Which depicts a faint or distinctive human like figures found within her works. Luckiest wild flower is the evolution of the beginning or the end of that character’s journey is the idea of something even “Luckier” a play on the worst of the worst. Where the most beautiful flowers grow through the cracks of calamity.
About the Artist:
An Artist & Creative Director, JP’s work has been showcased in various galleries in the US and globally. She continues to push the boundaries of drawings, landscapes devoid of color with images that evoke stillness and playfulness.
JP’s passion in the creative world extends beyond her art. She has taught creative education (21st century thinking, creative engineering, & the arts) for several years working to inspire the world with her current project called “Imaginary Atlas”, an initiative to bring back the act of creating to children on a global platform.