Larine Chung, a beloved graduate of the Classical Atelier program, opened a solo show at the Fountainhead Gallery in Seattle. Larine's work has a playful creativity that disguises the labor that went into its creation.
Larine said about the work, "In this trompe l'oeil series, I wanted to explore the relationship between reality and illusion. Everything we see and perceive as reality is a function of our vision combined with our mind's active construction. Everybody see things a little differently and understands their surroundings in a personal way. "
Larine has studied painting all over the world sparing no effort to gain a strong skill set. She uses her traditional education to make interesting contempoary imagery. Best of luck to Larine in her continued success.