Marianne Sung is a contemporary Korean-Canadian artist. Radiating warmth and light, her art is intended to spark feelings of magic while inspiring nostalgia. Her varied colours, shades, and marks are applied through thin and transparent layers of acrylics and mixed media. She is primarily influenced by her deep connections to the places and things in her current home of Ontario, her upbringing in Québec and travels worldwide. Marianne also often uses neons to express the intersection between the natural and digital, blurring our view of the real and unreal. Her artwork explores themes of refuge, bonding and belonging.
Originally from Montréal, Marianne graduated McGill University with a Bachelor of Commerce. She now enjoys living and staying creative in Toronto.