Confluence of Scenes
On exhibit May 1 - May 26
Artists Sihyeon Park and Jiwon Lee show their own flow of art using Korean painting motifs. They capture their own impressive scenes and express them uniquely within the world of art. By showing the process of artistic exchange between two artists who are active in their work based in Korea and the United States, viewers will have a variety of perceptions and a special experience of culture and art.
Jiwon Lee borrows the traditional Korean painting motif, 'Gimyeongjeoljihwa’, and combines modern images of what she experienced. She expresses the 'small world' or 'small landscape painting' that exists in the imaginary mind. Through this, Lee pursues 'modern reinterpretation of traditional painting'.
Sihyeon Park showcases familiar Korean and American elements, aiming to provide a fresh perspective by combining representative Korean paintings, symbolic images of the U.S., and her personal story. To show the beauty of Korea, she utilizes traditional Korean paper, natural powdered colors, and painting techniques that adhere to the traditional methods.
Gallery Hours (September - June)
Tuesday - Thursday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Friday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
There is no charge for viewing the art exhibit and free parking is available. Please note: Parking passes are required on weekdays. Prior to parking, please stop in the loading zone outside the glass lobby doors (on Titan Way), enter the lobby and proceed to the Main Office on the left. You will be issued a temporary pass to park in our lot behind the theatre for the duration of your visit.