Critically acclaimed South Korean artist YongHo Park is set to become a big hit amongst artists on the national stage. His abstract landscapes, floral subjects, odes to nature and tradition, are a great success internationally. Acrylic, ink, colour, all the possible mediums are used in these resolutely contemporary botanical compositions, which integrate parts cut out of metal (steel, aluminium, stainless steel etc.) to become three dimensional and “designer”. “I think that communication is the biggest requirement in art. I like to share with others this beauty of nature and space that I feel and express through this artistic work. I add metal to my paintings when above anything I’m looking for harmony and moderation,” highlights the artist. Having graduated from Hongik University in Soeul in 2001, he holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and received a distinction for the metal and design modules. In 2005, he launched his art studio concept Stabile Art “with the intention of making art more accessible”. He has achieved national recognition for this through various articles in the Korean press (Newsletter of the Korea investment and securities) and prestigious exhibitions in his country (Busan International Art Fair; Seoul Craft Trend Fair) as well as in Japan (Osaka and Hiroshima Art Fair, Pam-a de Tokyo gallery). He is very active in South Korea where he has decorated hospitals, financial institutions and private and multinational companies in Seoul, Bucheon, Busan, PyeongChang, Daegu, etc.