Sunhee Kim Jung received her BFA from the GWU Corcoran College of Art and Design and her MFA from The American University in Washington, D.C. She has been an instructor at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, MD, since 2007, and was selected three times for the U.S. Department of State Art in Embassy program. She has had 13 solo exhibitions and 102 group exhibitions in Korea, Austria, Estonia, Italy, Hongkong, Port of Spain, Burma, China, and Switzerland.
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Joan Joungju Yi received her BFA and MFA in Fine Arts at Seoul National University and studied oil painting and drawing at George Mason University and art history at Paul Valéry University. As President of the Han-Mee Artist Association of Greater Washington (2011-2012), she organized exhibitions at the Korean Embassy Cultural Center in Washington, D.C., and the Dokdo Museum in Ulleungdo, South Korea. She has had over 10 solo shows in Korea, France, and the U.S.
Kyungjoo Park is a graduate of Hongik University in Seoul (BFA, MFA, Ph.D.) and NYU Seoul (MA). ‘The Fantastic Space’ series identifies the image of egos and narcissism in modern society, and represents another inner self. This series uses the neo-pop art aesthetic and a variety of media based on the subject of multiple imaginary identities. Elements such as playing a pictorial puzzle incorporates fun and whimsicality. Ms. Park is a professor at Hongik University who has had over 20 solo art exhibitions since 2011.
Eunjeon Kim Chung studied interior design at Hongik University College of Fine Arts in Seoul. When she immigrated to Virginia in 1988, she opened an art and ceramic studio while working on her own art projects. She works in mixed media to express the world of creation in a more diverse way. Her work is characterized by a combination of two-dimensional and three-dimensional design elements. She is actively involved in the Korean American Art Association.
Jean Jinho Kim moved to the United States after graduating from high school. She uses a wide range of materials from acrylic paint to found objects to create 2-dimensional paintings and 3-dimensional installations. She earned her BFA in painting from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV., and her MFA in studio art at American University in Washington, D.C. She participated in residency programs in Berlin, Germany, and Seravezza, Italy. Kim has exhibited her work in several solo and numerous group exhibitions in the U.S., Germany, Italy, Hong Kong, and South Korea.