Artist-in-Residence Jin-Man Han's Work at Museum Through July 29
July 23, 2009
PNCA Artist-In-Residence and landscape painter Jin-Man Han presents recent works at the The Lab at Museum of Contemporary Craft through July 29.
Many of these expressive paintings reflect the scenery of the Portland area, while others were inspired by his ascent of Mount Everest in 2008.
Jin-Man Han was born in North Korea in 1948. His family later emigrated to Seoul Korea in 1951. Han currently teaches at Hong-Ik University, where he received his BFA and MFA in Oriental Painting. He has had 12 one-person shows in Korea and China, and has participated in more than 100 group exhibitions nationally and internationally. Han’s paintings are featured in major collections throughout Asia. He currently resides in Seoul, Korea.
Jin-Man Han, PNCA Artist-in-Residence
Through 29, 2009
The Lab at Museum of Contemporary Craft, 724 NW Davis St.
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