Lee Kang Hyo featured at the Asian Art Museum

Mindy Solomon Gallery Korean artist Lee Kang Hyo demonstrates his new style of ceramic forms and images in person on Saturday, September 17 from 12—4PM at the Asian Art Museum in celebration of the Korean Culture Day in San Francisco.

Lee Kang Hyo creates masterful works by combining ancient traditions and techniques of the past by utilizing a simple kick-wheel with earthly red and white clay materials from his homeland. A new and unique art piece will be created in front of your eyes. If you or your friends are in San Francisco, this is a rare opportunity to personally witness a leading ceramics contemporary artist.

Also on exhibit at the Asian Art Museum, Poetry in Clay, featuring the buncheong style of ceramics, characterized by a loose and informal application of white clay. We are proud that Lee Kang Hyo is featured in this dynamic exhibition on display from September 16 through January 8, 2012. Please contact the Mindy Solomon Gallery for a complete listing of available pieces by Korean artist Lee Kang Hyo.

Asian Art Museum
Saturday, September 17, 12—4PM
Education Studios and North Court Demonstration

Asian Art Museum exhibition Poetry in Clay
September 16—January 8, 2012

Video of Lee Kang Hyo here.

2 thoughts on “Lee Kang Hyo featured at the Asian Art Museum

  1. Pingback: Poetry In Clay Exhibition in SF | Mindy Solomon Gallery

  2. My name is Rick Bowlds, rick.bowlds@gmail.com.

    I admire the ceramic work by Kang Hyo Lee. Unfortunatley I missed his opening at the Asian Museum in September. Will he be available in San Francisco at the end of December or early January?

    Thanks. Rick Bowlds

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