Friday, July 23, 2010
Sojung Yu's thesis show entitled "Beyond the Truth" opened on Wednesday at the Dewberry Gallery. The show displays the work from her MFA Thesis project that is a retelling of the Korean myth of Dangun. The finished project is in the form of a book entitled "The Bear", and the show has all of the artwork that appears in the book, as well as two large oil paintings of Barrett, the bear that is the pivotal character in the story.
This is the book that Sojung wrote and produced. She had it printed and bound through Blurb, and the results are quite good; the color is true and the cover and binding are first quality. I highly recommend them for portfolio books and for sample picture books such as this.
Sojung, Stephanie Green from Exhibitions, and Vice President P.J. Johnson. We are so grateful for the support from Exhibitions for helping our students get their work presented to the world in such a professional fashion and in such beautiful venues. And forever thankful for the ongoing support from P.J. Johnson, who always finds time to drop by to meet our students and to see the amazing work that you guys produce. Thanks, P.J., your support is very much appreciated!
Nazanin Kani dropped by to see Sojung's show.
The Motley Crew, l to r: Obekr Orhan, Grant Hanna, Sojung Yu, Sean Twiddy, Solongo Mellecker, Semin Chun.
The show is up until August 6th, so if you haven't seen it, please stop by to see the work, read the book, and be inspired.
Posted by Rick at 7:40 PM
Monday, July 19, 2010
Check out some great pictures from the opening night of the "MONSTERS" show at Kai Lin Art gallery.
SCAD's own, an Illustration graduate student Solongo Mellecker was one of the 10 local artists (Bill Mayer, ) in this SMASHING art show. Over 500 guests attended the show, and it was a fantastic event in midtown Atlanta.
If you missed the opening event, DON'T WORRY, show will continue until Sep 3rd.
Kai Lin Art Gallery
800 Peachtree Street, Suite A | Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Wednesday-Saturday from 11-5pm and by appointment.
Photo by 944 magazine
Guests looking at Solongo's painting "No Pets Allowed", acrylic on canvas
Illustrator Bill Mayer and Solongo Mellecker
One of Bill Mayer's painting. Photo by Atlanta Metromix
Professor Jay Montgomery with his students
Artists in the show Dante DeStefano, Jason Hawkins and Solongo
Solongo's painting, "The Fishing Hole", acrylic on canvas
If you would like, check out more pictures of the event from the following links.
Posted by Solongo Monkhooroi at 11:02 PM