WoohYun Shim is a 2010 BFA graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently working on her MFA at the University of Pennsylvania. This is her first solo exhibition. WooYun's work contemplates philosophies of circulation and cyclical systems based on the idea of reincarnation. She seeks to visually balance Eastern Buddhist thought and Western Abstract Expressionism through her paintings.
"The Story Starts Where It Ends...
and Ends Where It Begins..."
Paintings & Drawings by WoohYun Shim, 2011 Connor Meigs Art Award Recipient
Florence Mill ArtLoft
9102 North 30 St. (next to I-680, exit 13) Omaha Nebraska
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 6, 1:30-4:30 PM
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