The artist’s statement suggests an interest in physiognomy, though the resulting works don’t quite prove a refined portrait technique. Still, there is a certain charm to KS’ painting, and an earnest interest in the subject. The presented works are admittedly personal, he says “In fact, drawing is a very subjective technique, because how you really want to express depends on yourself.” While true, this turns the portrait into something a touch nebulous. In short, Random is Beautiful gives space to KS’ vision of the face… not a bad vision, just one that skips between the lines of several disciplines.
More images from the show follow.