The Drawing Room Announces Group Exhibition Celebrating Its 10th Anniversary
The Drawing Room is an organization of artists based in New York and New Jersey who are dedicated to creating contemporary art. Since its establishment in 2009, the group has gone on to host many group exhibitions that make visual art the focus via live events such as openings and gatherings. Their latest exhibition is titled Interweaving and it is the group’s 8th exhibition held in celebration of its 10th anniversary. The exhibition will be held in:
The Alfred Van Loen Gallery located on the lower level of the South Huntington Public Library.
145 Pidgeon Hill Rd, Huntington Station, NY 11746
Hours: M-F 9am — 9pm (Opens 10am on Wed.), SAT 9am — 5pm, SUN 1pm — 5pm
Interweaving includes nearly twenty pieces of art by six members; Dong Hee Lee, Dong Kyu Kim, Jayoung Yoon, Jin Cho, Stephanie S. Lee, and Sueim Koo. All of the participating artists are Korean-American who was born and spent childhood in Korea prior to living in the U.S. to continue their journey as an artist. Mediums include hand-stitched art, hand-carved relief, and art pieces made of human hair.
Each artist’s struggle, progress, and change under different environments are reflected in their works. Their unique approaches create dynamic energy yet it is appealing harmoniously at the same time. It’s a story of them on a small scale, but it is not any different than all the immigrants’ life in U. S. when it expands.
This exhibition will convey the positive energy and hope in difficult times to the art lovers in Long Island and beyond. Due to the pandemic, there is no opening reception. Wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing is required.
To learn more, visit the official website.