Ranging from ethereal,
as in ETERNITY, to visual rigor, as in NEOREALISM,
the works of Eunjin Saito reflect her profound emotions
through a diversity of subject matter held together by a
strong consistency of composition. Much of the strength
of this artist's pieces lies in their balance and aesthetically
related shapes while her palette is often muted and elegant,
creating a mysterious, moody tone. She manages to keep the
creative energy and intensity level at a steady pitch as
she blends Eastern and Western styles conveying the resilience
of the creative spirit.
Saito, who was born in Seoul, Korea, came
to New York to study art from both a technical and philosophical
approach. She studied painting, drawing and lithography
at The Art Students League of New York under masters Ronnie
Landfield and Anthony Palumbo, and majored in communication
studies and media ecology at New York University. She recently
graduated from Art Center College of Design in California
with a graphic design major. She devotes herself to the
nurture of creativity.
Eunjin Saito is currently teaching at Art
Department, Cal Poly University, California.