Tuesday 30 March 2021 - Tuesday 8 June 2021
Now exhibiting at Spencer on Byron
In essence, Minhwa (Korean folk painting) is a genre of art created for the common people. The Korean folk painting illustrates the common people's freedom of expression and reveals their innermost thoughts and dreams. The art work of the common people (Minhwa) from bird and flower paintings, to the tiger and the dragon and the ten longevity symbols. Encompassing a variety of subjects and methods of expression, Minhwa was created through a strong adherence to the symbols and events of the everyday lives of Koreans. As a result, they are heavily invested with a uniquely Korean psyche in terms of both content and philosophy. The exhibition will give encouragement to students who learning Korean folk painting and to develop their social skills in diverse cultural background.
Tuesday 30 March 2021 - Friday 21 May 2021
Lake House Arts is proud to present Emergents: One Year On, a group show of works by current and recently graduated Visual Artists primarily living in Tamaki Mākaurau. As the winners and runners up from 2020’s Emergent See II competition, held by Lake House Arts, these works span across a range of mediums including ceramic, portraiture, printmaking and abstract painting. Emergents: One Year On follows the conceptual and technical development of these artists beyond the year that was.
Featuring works by Gavin Chai, Monica Wang, Esther Deans, Louise Matthews, Isabella Young, Ishmael Lotawa, Helena Skerlj-Rovers, Rose Bourke and Tony Guo.