Posts Tagged ‘international exhibitions’

Korea Bound!


I’m very pleased to announce my participation in the G20 Summit
World Art Festival in Seoul, South Korea. The Festival runs from November 8 – 14, 2010. The Opening Reception takes place on November 8 at the Exhibition Hall of the Korea Press Centre.

Even better, I’ve been invited to visit Korea to attend the Opening Reception and to participate, with Korean and international artists, in a field sketching project on Jeju Island. I’ll try to keep you up-to-date with posts from the trip.

I’ll be traveling and exhibiting with my good friend, Kerry Inho Kim. Kerry and I go back to art school days. He’s a talented artist and a very popular instructor as well as the director of the Mississauga Valley School of Art.

I’ll be exhibiting LOW TIDE. This work on paper was created with watercolour, acrylic ink and acrylic paint and is 20 x 28”.


Exhibition in Korea – Catalogue


The catalogue from the exhibition in South Korea arrived recently. The exhibition took place earlier this year. Although described as a drawing show, there seem to be as many paintings as drawings. I’ve been fortunate over the years and have participated in about a dozen shows in Asia, mostly in South Korea. I’m always amazed at the generosity of the organizers. I send unframed work and biographical material. Aside from being included in the show, I receive a beautiful catalogue with my own page. Forgive the bad scan of my page.

Kerry Inho Kim and Doug Stratford, art school buddies from way back, were also in the show.

Exhibition in Korea


I am currently exhibiting WINTER LANEWAY, a mixed media work on paper in the International Drawing and Painting Exhibition in Seoul, South Korea. The exhibition is being held in the Seoul Art Centre and runs from March 11-20, 2010.

The piece is approximately 14 x 20″ and incorporates watercolour, acrylic, ink and collage.

I’ve been invited to show in South Korea, China and Taiwan about a dozen times over the years. Each show has provided a catalogue with individual pages for the contributing artists. I’m grateful for these experiences and, someday, hope to accompany my artwork on the trip.