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Tacoma Community College Features Artwork from Korean American Artists

A community college in Washington is putting the work of Korean American artists on display.

The Korean American Artist Association of Washington State Exhibit is available to display at the Tacoma Community College through October 25th. According to the Suburban Times, admission is free and the hours for viewing are Monday to Friday from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.

The artwork is diverse and each depicts something unique.

For example, “The End of Romance” is a watercolor piece by Linda Chai that shows a woman with no eyes. A traditional drawing by Kyeong Lee, called “San Su Hwa,” delineates mountains and birds on a white background.

Another piece called “Iris of Banta Road” is an acrylic art that illustrates a field of purple and white flowers.

According to Tacoma Weekly, the Korean American Artist Association of Washington State is a non-profit organization founded by Korean immigrants to support local artists in Washington state.

The Gallery is located in Building 4 on the Tacoma Community College campus.

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