An annual art and craft exhibition presented by the Korean Women’s Art Society in Sydney.
Presented by the Korean Women’s Art Society in Sydney, this exhibition features artists who explore the influential nature of mothers and the impact these women have on our lives. Sharing personal memories and experiences of motherhood, these artists reflect on the importance of maternity.
Artist Statements(PDF, 618KB)
Room Sheet(PDF, 12MB)
Image: Sooka Kim, My Mum's Flower, 2020, watercolour on paper
Art Space on The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood 2067 View Map
409 Victoria Avenue ,
Namsoon Lee, “Centre of Land”, 2019, acrylic on Mulberry paper
Sooka Kim, “My Mum's Flower”, 2020, watercolour on paper
Younghwa Jin, "Lyndall", 2019, water colour on paper
3pm, Saturday 22 May
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Artists Together Online
KWASS put together a virtual exhibition during the 2020 lockdown
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An exhibition of paintings by Geoffrey Adams.
An exhibition of traditional Persian calligraphy and modern Iranian abstract painting by Shokufeh Kavani and Arash Nedaiee.
A variety of sculpture works presented by members of The Sculptors Society.
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