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Artists’ hard work pays off in beautiful paintings
  • Kim Eun-hwa, reporter
  • 승인 2017.11.26 01:27
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The Department of Fine Art of CWNU held its 36th graduation exhibition which was called ‘Drawing, Dreaming, Missing’ and was held in exhibition rooms 4, 5 and 6 at Seongsan Art Hall from November 15th to 19th.

Art from 37 students Korean students, including Western painting and practical sculpture was exhibited. In addition, it was a moment for glorifying the fruitfulness of the past 4 years.

Student Ha Yun Seo, who participated in this exhibition said, “It was the last exhibition for me, so I felt a lot of pressure during preparation. However, I was very glad that many people loved our paintings. I was so proud”.

Jang Mi Ok, an employee of the office who visited the exhibition said, “All the works were beautiful. As good as their paintings are, I hope that they will become good people even after graduation.”

The Department of Fine Art of CWNU which performed this exhibition aims to train fine art experts and help them do their best to establish an independent identity as an artist by reconsidering their personal creation ability.

Senseless waiting (Ha Yun-seo) : Don’t do anything but just wait for something
Unlock (Seo Min-jeong) : Just as split pomegranates can be understood by their inside, when secrets meet various situations, the stories of those moments can be too.
Brain (Choi Eun-ji) : A brain that feels changed emotions
I (Sin A-young) : Myself through many photographs
Look into myself (Cho Hye-won) : We’re familiar with hiding our feelings, Is my appearance now real?

Kim Eun-hwa, reporter  qbxlvlrm5226@naver.com

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