Renowned for his copper wire works, Cheong Kwangho (1959) from Daejon, Korea obtained his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees at the College of Fine Art from Seoul National University. Cheong Kwang Ho's copper wire sculptures lead us to an extraordinary spatial experience. It may seem like an extension of traditional painting, but the fact that the lines move within space also makes them look like a sculpture. The play with the mind of creating something that seems like its two-dimensional yet is actually three dimensional sculptures is not something that we are often accustomed to. The sculptures delicately welded at their fragile points and once exhibited against a white space, one can sense and feel the communication that these sculptures exude from their beings. His work is a new form of sculpture; more precisely, it is positioned within the niche between simple object (everyday object or painting) and conventional sculpture. If one is looking to experience something new from the impact of a powerful artwork, Cheong's sculptures are masterpieces that will bring to you this experience with his creations. The artist has exhibited throughout Korea as well as in Holland, Germany, Paris, Amsterdam and recently in Singapore. His works have been collected by numerous national museums namely The National Museum of Modern Art in Kwacheon, Seoul Museum of Art, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art and many more. He has had public art displayed and sponsored by Hakata Riverain Building in Japan, Pointview Properties Corporation in London and Swire Corporation in Hong Kong. Leaves Series: Cheong's Leaves series often exhibits his sculptures against the wall, making it seem as though they are emerging out of the wall. For this series, the leaves and flowers are constructed from lines,filling dimension between surface and line and often when we encounter this fascinating space of dimension which he has installed, we will experience the unique taste of his sculptural works.