Abandoned as a baby, Sanghwa is adopted by an old blind man living
as a hermit in the mountains of South Korea. Yoshigawa, his
guardian and teacher is a well traveled doctor of traditional
Chinese medicine and a devout Taoist. As Sanghwa grows up using his
sight for the benefit of two people, he develops a unique sense of
perception. This perception manifests in his drawings and
paintings. When his talents are recognised by a wealthy collector,
he gets the opportunity to travel the world giving substance to his
mentor's teachings. Through England and France, Morocco, South
Africa, and the United States, the young artist's journey of self
realization highlights humanity's creative potential. Sanghwa's
story reveals how we, as creators, are all part of every color on
this beautiful palette.
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||216 x 140 x 27mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
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