#24 by Olivia Nam-Sook Kwon, Mixed Media with Stone Powder
18 x 24
Mixed Media with Stone Powder
The last exhibition of the year starts warm. 7 leading artists in Korea, unique painters and sculptors in New York and Los Angeles join to communicate the grace of their special art world in jade, bronze, rice paper, oriental paint and ink, oil and acrylic painting, and collage. We invite you to a wonderful exhibition that connects Korea, New York, and Los Angeles. 10% of sales of these works will be donated to the Boas Foundation, which has been serving Syracuse refugees for 14 years. They will give you the excitement of December and the grace of this year. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
I am drawing the wilderness because our life is like the wilderness.
A person without direction will live their life and will die in that place.
If there is a future with a destination, then one can enjoy the path there.
Constantly imagine yourself in the wilderness, like an Acacia tree that has been planted where there is nothing. It will grow into a strong tree and it is like how a person could also become strong alone.
The ones who want a carefree life, good dreams, and a good vision cannot live in the world by themselves, but one day they will come out from the wilderness.
If we have a vision for the future where we come out from the wilderness then it will become a place of happiness.
I am not the one drawing the image, but it is what God wants to draw through me.