Pain has never looked so good. Sue tsai's ethereal artwork is the epitome of awe-inspiring. The riveting images depict a colorful narration of heartbreak and the remnants of a casualty of life. Each piece crafted to perfection adorned in its own majesty. Tsai’s “The Only Place I Feel Like Me” NYC Exhibit, featured some of her latest works, which include a 42 page collector’s edition compilation of art and thoughts, and handcrafted Flower Bomb sculptures.
The gallery was nestled on a quiet street. The nook and its surroundings of spray painted buildings, coffee shops and ice cream parlor provided the ideal ambiance for an art viewing. Aside from the astounding creativity, and surreal talent and skill with which Sue’s artwork is made, the extremely relatable passion and pain conveyed in each piece brings the colors and images to life in a whole new way.
Viewers of Tsai's work can't help but feel a tinge of mixed feelings as memories of an old flame, heartbreak and passionate love come surging to the forefront of the mind. While looking at the works on display I couldn't help but think of "Love Letters I Never Sent" and the experiences that inspired my poems. I see myself, and my heart in Sue's work. 'A Beautfil Mind' indeed, Sue bears her heart, and darkest part of her soul in her solo show. Full of inspiration, color, passion, beauty and love, she paints herself to healing.
See more of Sue Tsai, and her art on IG: @SueTsai and suetsai.com