The Vulnerable Works of Christine Wu

 

 

Los Angeles based artist Christine Wu’s works often depict subjects in flux and capture the vulnerability of growing up. Mostly using oils and panel work her pieces are filled with multi-layered haunting and sexual undertones. She has an almost cubist approach to her paintings, although completely representational, presenting multifaceted subjects. Her painting Ghoul’s Night Out (3rd from the top) was featured (and sold) in the Grand Central Art Center exhibition “100 More Artists See Satan,” alongside works from Robert Williams, Ron English, and Mark Ryden. Prints are now available by this artist in her shop.

 

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