Not For Sale
When I saw him in the parade, I felt his happiness and cheerfulness. And later I learned what 'gay' originally meant.
No matter what those words mean now, I think people should fully accept them as they are, especially if they themselves can accept it and enjoy it. He looked so happy in bright red heels.
|Technique:||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Contents:||Clothing, Apparel, Human, Person, People|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||17in x 13in x 1in|
|Unframed Size:||16in x 12in x 0.75in|
North Vancouver, British Columbia
Sunny Cho's professional work consists of acrylic and watercolour. She is inspired by the beauty around her and likes to challenge herself by painting a range of subject matter.
Sunny is a member of the North Shore Artists Guild and an Active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.
"The role of an artist I believe is to show viewers the beauty within the world around them. As a painter, I strive to express the beauty I see through my work."