Artist based out of Honolulu, Hawaii
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Violation of Dignity

Violation of Dignity

Oil and mixed media on canvas
11x14"

Fan Service

Fan Service

Oil on paper
11x14"

 

Tiger Hunting In Korea

Tiger Hunting In Korea

Oil on Wood
16 x 20"

During the Japanese colonial era (1910-1945) Japan maliciously attacked the Korean tigers of Baekdusan Mountain, driving them to extinction. The tiger in Korea is regarded as a symbol of Korea's spirit, therefore Japan's efforts were to not only physically take over the Korean people, but also to crush the Korean soul. 
The Korean woman in the middle of this massacre is singing "pansori" which can be considered as Korea's folk opera. The stories sung about in Pansori usually are of tragedy and a single performance can go on for over 9 hours.

Today's Korean Woman

Today's Korean Woman

Oil on wood
18" x 26.5"

Westernization of Korean Sex

Westernization of Korean Sex

Oil on canvas
20" x 20"

Comfort Women (위안부)

Comfort Women (위안부)

Oil on canvas
9" x 24" (Diptych)

Han of the North Koreans (북한 사람들의 한)

Han of the North Koreans (북한 사람들의 한)

Oil on canvas
20" x 20"

Sun, Moon, and Backbone

Sun, Moon, and Backbone

Oil on wood
21" x 21"

Predator

Predator

Oil on canvas
12" x 36"
Buy prints: https://society6.com/laurenchai
Buy originals: http://www.saatchiart.com/laurenhanachai

Sleazy Eye Photography

Sleazy Eye Photography

Oil on canvas
20" x 24"
 

Girl Play (여놀이)

Girl Play (여놀이)

Oil on canvas
18" x 36"
 

 "The Korean-American Girl"

"The Korean-American Girl"

Mixed media and fabric on paper
22" x 20"
Private Collection

Violation of Dignity

Oil and mixed media on canvas
11x14"

Fan Service

Oil on paper
11x14"

 

Tiger Hunting In Korea

Oil on Wood
16 x 20"

During the Japanese colonial era (1910-1945) Japan maliciously attacked the Korean tigers of Baekdusan Mountain, driving them to extinction. The tiger in Korea is regarded as a symbol of Korea's spirit, therefore Japan's efforts were to not only physically take over the Korean people, but also to crush the Korean soul. 
The Korean woman in the middle of this massacre is singing "pansori" which can be considered as Korea's folk opera. The stories sung about in Pansori usually are of tragedy and a single performance can go on for over 9 hours.

Today's Korean Woman

Oil on wood
18" x 26.5"

Westernization of Korean Sex

Oil on canvas
20" x 20"

Comfort Women (위안부)

Oil on canvas
9" x 24" (Diptych)

Han of the North Koreans (북한 사람들의 한)

Oil on canvas
20" x 20"

Sun, Moon, and Backbone

Oil on wood
21" x 21"

Predator

Oil on canvas
12" x 36"
Buy prints: https://society6.com/laurenchai
Buy originals: http://www.saatchiart.com/laurenhanachai

Sleazy Eye Photography

Oil on canvas
20" x 24"
 

Girl Play (여놀이)

Oil on canvas
18" x 36"
 

"The Korean-American Girl"

Mixed media and fabric on paper
22" x 20"
Private Collection

Violation of Dignity
Fan Service
Tiger Hunting In Korea
Today's Korean Woman
Westernization of Korean Sex
Comfort Women (위안부)
Han of the North Koreans (북한 사람들의 한)
Sun, Moon, and Backbone
Predator
Sleazy Eye Photography
Girl Play (여놀이)
 "The Korean-American Girl"