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Paintings by KiSung KohKiSung Koh was born in South Korea 1985...

Paintings by KiSung Koh

KiSung Koh was born in South Korea 1985 and moved to Canada in 2006, currently live and work around Toronto. He has received BAA in Illustration program from Sheridan College, ON, Canada in 2012.

My works are meant to be my appreciation for the beauty of nature that has provided me beautiful memories and dreams. I depict dreamy and imaginative world in surrealistic way with animals that are approached in a realistic style and mysterious environments where wildlife animals could feel secure and safe.

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