Rhee Donghoon(b.1991) use wood to carve flower vases, animals, figures, and paint pictures by looking at the carved objects. As he carved woods, he found joy in the process of making shapes and coloring them. This carving process has made his judgments and choices that persist within the extent of the material's acceptance determine the form. And the way he paint sculptures is in line with the way he making painting. Colors serve to distinguish or eliminate the boundaries of different parts within the sculpture, and depending on the method, the form covers between abstraction and representation in the process.