Sunga Park admitted that her achievement really took a serious effort and a careful blend of practiced precision and loose experimentation. The result is very rewarding as you can check out her beautifully refined watercolor paintings.
Her paintings always bring charmingly blurred versions of some landmarks around France, Croatia, Sweden, and Hungary. Each of the locations is painted so nicely that it renders just enough shape and sharp detail to be recognizable. But somehow it also merged into aqueous abstraction as though bit by bit melting into the page. Again her paintings are fluid washes of watercolor by which she lends gentle fluidity to stony architecture.
She said to My Modern Met, "My main focus of the works is drawing them with all kinds of my emotions in a slightly different perspective of view." That’s really true as her own emotional influences impart ripples often felt by viewers: an unexpected vibrancy in bursts of bright yellow and gold, a quiet melancholy in thin blues and a soft calm in murky browns.