EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens three new exhibits for the New Year! Come and see the new works and meet the artists on Saturday, Jan. 8 from noon to 3 p.m.
As the days are now at their shortest, we spend more of our time in the dark, thinking and dreaming. It is the perfect time to come and see Sky Kim’s “SAMSARA” - and celebrate the eternal cycle of life in the East Gallery! “SAMSARA” –is a Sanskrit word literally meaning “continuous flow” that captures the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth. Sky Kim’s scrolls do have a “continuous flow” covering 30 feet in length. She works in a series of abstract painting/drawings. The unusual size of the works show that Kim wishes to suggest a new boundary to drawing with her watercolor pieces that begin with a 10 yard roll of paper. Kim’s work is influenced by the loss of her twin sister at birth. She believes that remembering her in her art is a way to complete her being in this life. Sky Kim is an alumnus of Pratt Institute in New York.