Jiha Moon navigates the space between worlds. The South Korean-born, Atlanta-based artist’s paintings have the composition of Asian woodblocks and watercolors, the color palette of contemporary animation, and graceful lines that straddle the worlds of both Asian calligraphy and graffiti art. The pieces in this exhibit at Cheekwood work like fine-art anime, creating a mythology of peach trees and disembodied cartoon eyes that blink amid pastel waves of color and tidy color blocks. Moon has designed a new iconography for a cross-cultural, cross-generational world that is filled with symbols, logos and emoticons. Her career is still young, but we foresee big things. Colliding Icons gives you the perfect opportunity to discover an artist on the edge of breaking into superstardom.