Finding Double Happiness

61cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Artists Oils on Stretched Canvas

Susan Bray Art
People & Portaits

This is a symbolic portrait reflecting the emotion of a young Korean-Australian navigating the complexities of cultural identity and search for happiness. This vivid painting celebrates her unique story, while symbolically embracing both cultures with a rich sense of belonging. The Korean symbol for double happiness is painted in gold for good wealth, hibiscus being the national flower. The peacock drape reflects journey to Australia, and Papilio ulysses butterflies symbolise Australia, love, beauty and strength.

Commissions are available.

Susan Bray