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New Exhibition at HK Art & Antiques LLC
November 9, 2021
Wonsook Kim, Shadow a bird, 2010, Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in. (76 x 101 cm.)
Dreams of Nature
November 11-30, 2021
The November exhibition will include paintings by Woonsook Kim and ceramics by Geejo Lee, who are both Korean artists.
Wonsook Kim creates story-based figurative paintings that are poetic and ethereal in their fluid execution and mythical subject matter. She accepts that calligraphy has a clear influence on her work because she grew up surrounded by images of this type. Kim’s artworks are the result of her lifetime experiences in Korea and the United States. The highlight among her recent paintings is "Walking the Dryland III” from the series "The Wilderness" (Gwang-ya) paintings.
Geejo Lee, Moon Jar, 2020, White porcelain, 19 1/8 in. (48 cm.) high
Geejo Lee was born in Jeju Island. He received both his BA and MA from Seoul National University. In his pieces, Lee is fully absorbed with interpreting the unique aesthetics of Joseon white porcelain. The moon jar, dated 2020, is one of the best works from his series of moon jars.