Deck the hall means decorating it for Christmas, especially if you are hosting guests. these decorations. You may include centerpieces, ornaments, or garlands made of greenery or branches from fir, pine, cedar, balsam, or other evergreen branches.
Deck the Halls, annual event in GalleryNorth
Gallery North is pleased to present Deck the Halls, its annual group exhibition of small original works for holiday giving, on view from November 17 to December 23, 2022.
Pre-Christmas exhibitions don't just hang pictures that express Holliday. Instead, only small paintings under 14 inches in size will be exhibited. This exhibition is centered around local painters.
In my case, I submitted a picture titled Blue Mountain this time.
In my paintings, holidays and winter do not appear frequently. I don't often feel energy through events. Mainly I paint about objects or phenomena that feel invisible energy. Therefore, most of the paintings are overwhelmingly pictures of images or dreams that have come to mind. Personally, I don't like to draw after looking at photos.
But looking back, I think it's because I don't have good memories of Holliday as a child. As a child, holidays only existed in church or on television. But fortunately, as an adult, I can decorate the Christmas tree, the house, and prepare delicious special meals with my loved ones around me. It seems that Christmas and winter are gradually appearing in my paintings.
Next year, I need to draw a lot of pictures with winter and Christmas in the background.
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Myungja Anna Koh