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Sindy Glory

Sindy Glory



Sindy Glory was born in Seoul, Korea in 1979 and began painting in 2020. She majored in visual design at the College of Arts and earned a Master of Science in Design Management and a Master of Arts in Psychological Counseling & Coaching at graduate school. She works as a psy-chological designer, therapy artist, and psychological counselor who makes the world and peo-ple's minds healthier and more beautiful. The art she pursues is contemporary art, and an artist who enjoys abstraction and pop art.
She pursues psychological art and unconscious painting for "Art that heals the mind and soul!". Her philosophy of art is like this.

"Art is an intangible language.
I convey stories, emotions, and hearts that are transferred to mental energy without saying a word.
Art heals the mind that cannot be cured with numerous words of consolation and extensive knowledge.
Art enables communication that cannot be conveyed in any words and writings.
Art can change you and you can be an art. Believe in the power of art.
Stop all the thoughts in your head and just feel it.
Then the world of something will lead you. I will help you!"

I started drawing in kindergarten, I received an award at the National Kindergarten Student Competition. Full-fledged visual art activities began with digital art while majoring in visual de-sign at university.
Through my master's degree in psychological counseling & coaching at graduate school, I opened my eyes to non-visual art at a transcendental level beyond vision and consciousness, and I entered the true art world inside me that can be connected to everyone with my soul.
At the age of 20 to 30, I did digital artworks, and after I was 40, I had a passion to do art that breaks boundaries like pop art or abstract painting, so I started painting in 2020.
The reason why I decided to draw what I met and discovered in the true art world is that I had a deep mental sharing experience with clients while studying "participatory mysteries" during my master's course in psychological counseling, and realized that this unconscious mysterious par-ticipation experience was similar to that of the art world.
Therefore, I discovered the possibility that the person who sees my painting indirectly experi-ences healing through unconscious communication, and that the transfer of emotions could be achieved through the communion experience of the participatory mental world. So I wanted to convey the feelings of happiness and love, which are the themes of my painting, in an uncon-scious way of Psychological transformation.
Finally, when I became sensitive to psychology and spirituality, I started attempting to truly meet, discover, and capture the unconscious world on canvas.


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