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The Monsters on Maple Street | SEUNGYEA PARK

To know one’s self is to be able to observe one’s self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one’s internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life.

A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise known as Spunky Zoe.

Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, “Monstrousness.” She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world; fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us.

Park’s intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the “I” inside of herself with the “I” outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my “I” coming back for more.

To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (1)

To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (2)

To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (3)

To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (4)To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (5)

To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (6)

To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (7)

To know one's self is to be able to observe one's self. It is to know that the external world is a mere mirror of one's internal world and that all is connected as one in this vast, yet narrow space we call life. A relentless explorer of the inner self is Korean artist, Seungyea Park, otherwise knows as Spunky Zoe. Park uses pen and acrylic to artistically express the journey of fear that permeates in the inner self, which she calls, "Monstrousness." She analyzes the archaic systems in place that use fear and horror to maintain imbalances of justice in the world. Fear being the dominant construct that is used to control and subdue people. After all, it is in our primitive nature to orient towards danger, to be prepared for fight, flight, freeze and in the case of the consciousness of the masses, hypnotic paralysis that shuts us down and leaves us comfortably numb to everything around us. Park's intriguing art work captivates my attention as I gaze into the juxtaposition of her dark side and fears with the beauty and skill she produces as an act of love. The template of her work is drawn from observing and documenting the contradictions of the "I" inside of herself with the "I" outside of herself. Her knowledge and heightened awareness, combined with mesmerizing artistic skill, will leave my "I" coming back for more. Via news.upperplayground.com (8)