Arthur Kwon Lee is a Korean American painter best known for his large scale paintings on repressed archetypal subject matter. His influences go across the board from his relationship to the Jung Society of Washington and a life commitment as a competitive martial artist. Lee has been awarded by George Washington University, The Overseas Korean Foundation, the Korea Memorial Foundation and the Korean Artist Association of US. Along with a myriad of murals along the East Coast, Lee’s paintings are symbolically evocative whilst making oblique references to the archetypal mythos, the luminous colors, gestural expressionism and movement tie into his passion for portraiture and psychoanalytical imagery. Arthur Kwon Lee is also an instructor at the Bullis School (Potomac, MD) and works out of RONIN浪人STUDIO (Adams Morgan, Washington DC) on the corner of 18th and Columbia Road, NW.