An exhibition of paintings presented by the Association of Korean-Australian Visual Artists (AKAVA).
‘Naruter’ means ‘wharf’ in Korean. It reflects the platform from where individuals depart with optimism and enter the unknown. Members of the Association of Korean-Australian Visual Artists (AKAVA) use different painting techniques to take their own exploratory step into the unknown.
The Korean word, naruter, reflects on a major transportation from the past and it refers to the ferry wharf in shallow, slow-flowing river water. The individual artists in this exhibition use their mediums to explore different perspectives, presenting various interpretations of the concept, naruter.
Image: Junghwa Ko, The Spring, 2022, acrylic on canvas
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Art Space on The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood, 2067, View Map
409 Victoria Avenue ,
Junghwa Ko, "Someday of April", 2022, acrylic on canvas
Junghwa Ko, "The Spring", 2022, acrylic on canvas
Eun A Park, "Over the hill", 2022, acrylic on canvas
Eun A Park, "Red and blue garden", 2022, acrylic on canvas
Gabi Song Lee, "The Red Sky through the Gum Trees", 2022, oil on canvas
Jane Kim, "Spring", 2022, mixed media on canvas
Sandra Nanva, "Mudgee Autumn II", 2022, acrylic on canvas
Suhhee Sirohi, "Sydney Vivid 1", 2022, cold wax, oil and pencil
Sung-Deok Shim, "Someone is", 2022, pearl pigment powder and Meok on Korean traditional paper
Youngbai Kim, "Untitled 22", 2022, oil and acrylic on canvas
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