Our exhibition, Exploring Harmony with Nature, presents the artworks of six global contemporary artists from Korea, China, andTaiwan, whose works explore the possibility of man co-existing with nature in harmony. The exhibition- which runs until October 14th – juxtaposes six artists who have explored the possibility of man co-existing in harmony.
Today we would like to introduce you to one of the artists, Kate Oh Trabulsi.
Kate Oh Trabulsi has recently pursued Minhwa art — traditional folk Korean painting — as a way of recognizing her origins in Asia. The spiritual implications of her work find their outlet in unspoken mediation between the artist’s belief system and that of her audience. Her work, consistent in its flower imagery, demonstrates a regard for symbolic implications that may be found in addition to the deliberate beauty of the picture itself.
Kate also performed at our recent reception to launch the exhibition, and you can watch her in the video below.
You can see her works in our Gallery. Gallery hours are weekends from Noon to 5:00 PM, or by appointment on weekdays. Suggested admission is $5/free for members and students.
Learn more about the exhibition here.