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An exhibition of landscape painting by Hoju Geurimae (Painting Lovers in Australia).
Painters from Australia and Korea are co-exhibiting their artworks in Mum, Wife and Woman. This exhibition showcases paintings by Hoju Geurimae (Painting Lovers in Australia), a group of female artists who are striving to find a new identity outside of their established roles as wives and mothers. Their collection of paintings, including landscapes and still lifes, reflect the development of these artists–the process of creating art allowing them to focus on their creativity and their sense of personal and professional identity.
Image: Miha Chung, Sunflower, 2020, oil on canvas
Art Space on The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood 2067 View Map
409 Victoria Avenue ,
Miha Chung, "Sunflower", 2020, oil on canvas
Hee Soon Bark, "Beach side", 2020, oil on canvas
Jung Hae Lee, "Danji", 2020, oil on canvas
Nakyung Ahn, "Fiji and Me", 2020, oil on canvas
Hyunjoo Bang, "Namtien Temple Pond", 2020, oil on canvas
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