Members Showcase, June 4-July 10, 2022 in Mills Pond Gallery.
Today, I visited Millspond Gallery with my family, where the member showcase is held. It was a wonderful and clear day with dazzling white clouds floating in the blue sky.
Inside the gallery, it looks like an ordinary family home. You can feel the depth that comes from the old building in every nook and cranny.
My watercolor painting exhibited this time is hanging on the far left as you enter the entrance and go up the stairs to the second floor.
It is hung higher than expected, so you can probably see it well when you go up the stairs.
The great thing about having a group exhibition is that you can see the work of other artists. Among the pictures, I tried to capture the pictures that I liked with the camera.
After the exhibition's reception, the purple flowers planted on the way to the backyard catch the eye. To be honest, I'm painting and trying many colors, but the colors of so many artists included me just can't keep up with this little flower.
Small flowers that have fallen from the trees are scattered on the floor. I think that this spectacle itself is art.
On the way to the parking lot, there is an unknown tree growing right near a large pond. It is impressive that it is curved in an L shape. Why is this tree shaped like this? What happened in the meantime?
After experiencing, enduring, and overcoming countless years, coexisting with the surrounding environment and creatures, and accepting it at times, this tree became this shape.
Like this tree, what shape will I create as an artist? It won't happen right away. After a lot of time, experience and patience, it will become a tree in a certain shape at some point. I'm sure I'm in the process and in the shape.
Myungja Anna Koh
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