Van Gogh Dream

Van Gogh Dream, 48" X 60", Inv#15346725
oil on canvas
The Passing Adventure

The Passing Adventure, 36" X 60", Inv#29510251
oil on canvas
The Awakening

The Awakening, 30" X 40", Inv#26652706
oil on canvas
Sunset gaze

Sunset gaze, 48" X 24", Inv#12588143
oil on canvas
Sunrise in the Valley

Sunrise in the Valley, 24" X 48", Inv#47902162
oil on canvas
Split Decision

Split Decision, 24" X 48", Inv#26096036
oil on canvas
Spiritual Journey- DP

Spiritual Journey- DP, 48" X 48", Inv#34718621
oil on canvas
Soulful Inspiration

Soulful Inspiration, 48" X 36", Inv#47902157
oil on canvas
So Close

So Close, 48" X 48", Inv#26652701
oil on canvas
Shining Example

Shining Example, 60" X 48", Inv#25465596
oil on canvas
Restful Place

Restful Place, 40" X 60", Inv#16650214
oil on canvas
Red Fury

Red Fury, 24" X 48", Inv#26096037
oil on canvas
Passion Fruit- DP

Passion Fruit- DP , 16" X 12", Inv#24028567
oil on canvas
Opposites Attract II-DP

Opposites Attract II-DP, 48" X 24", Inv#23535139
oil on canvas
No Ordinary Land

No Ordinary Land, 40" X 60", Inv#26652703
oil on canvas
Hidden Escape

Hidden Escape, 40" X 30", Inv#26096040
oil on canvas
Harvests delight

Harvests delight, 16" X 12", Inv#12588144
oil on canvas
Delicious Fruit - DP

Delicious Fruit - DP , 18" X 24", Inv#23128642
oil on canvas
Captivating Allure

Captivating Allure, 48" X 36", Inv#45293574
oil on canvas
Best of Friends

Best of Friends, 48" X 24", Inv#45463887
oil on canvas

Born in Seoul, South Korea on September 14, 1949, Myung “Mario” Jung began his promising career as a professional artist in the mid 1980’s. Graduating from the Seoul Industrial Junior College in 1971, Mario longed for his artistic talents to take flight and in 1986 he entered the Exhibition of Fine Art of the Seoul Artists Association where he was awarded the Grand Prize of Western style painting. Due to this immediate success, Mario was invited to become a member of the Seoul Artists Association, which he has now been a member of for over 30 years. His life changed dramatically when he was paralyzed, blinded and deafened as side effects from a catastrophic, third-story, balcony fall. Not even interested in food, Mario was giving up until he had a spiritual dream that renewed his strength and his will to live. Leaving doctors, family, and friends amazed and perplexed, Mario recovered completely and has since meticulously developed his flexible artistic style. His multi-faceted talents allow him to create richly colored landscapes, brimming with texture and warmth, often require the use of up to 12 tubes of oil paint. Brushstrokes announced by fields of color and thick paint bring viewers to the setting sun across the spanning poppies or nestle them safely under a shaded tree. In contrast, his realistic paintings (nu realism) create subtlety and sensuality as peaceful fish dance through their aquarium or pears reflect across a stark black canvas. Truly a talented artist, Mario’s emerging popularity is heightened by his ability to create such a diverse range of work. His paintings continue to grow in popularity and value. Collectors of the paintings of Mario now span several continents including over 20 states in the U.S., his native Korea, Germany and Spain, thus gaining international recognition at a still young age.