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EXHIBITION - artexpressions@123fischer

Living Choice - Fullarton

September 7th - October 28th, 2023

A full scale exhibition of my work which has been created over the last few years. Exhibition Opening on September 7th was attended by over 70 people and included family, friends, hanji students and residents as well as Living Choice executives from Queensland.

EXHIBITION - Influenced by Korea
Stationmaster's Art Gallery - Strathalbyn
Opening 5th February , 2023
Feb 1st - 28th, 2023

An collaborative exhibition of Hanji art by my students, Jan Crook with here Hanji picture art and Judith Stevens with her beautiful Korean inspired rugs.

Exhibition - In My Garden

Strathalbyn, South Australia

October, 2022

Merit award for garden lamps !!

Exhibition - Students' Work - Adelaide

Strathalbyn, South Australia

October 16th, 2022

An exhibition highlighting students work over the last year. 

'Dissolve' exhibition, Inspiration by Korea

Korean Cultural Centre, Sydney, Australia

Sept. 25th - Nov 10th, 2017

' Inspiration by Korea - The Korean Cultural Centre Australia (KCC) presents a specially curated exhibition 'Dissolve, Inspiration by Korea" featuring five Australian artists who have been inspired by Korean art and culture. This exhibition aims to provide an opportunity to introduce the artist's artworks which were inspired from their own personal experiences of Korea. It also investigates the multifaceted nature of cultural exchange to reveal the meaning of being Korean through the perspectives of non-Koreans. Hence, through the exhibition, the specific intimate connection that exists between interpretations and crossovers of culture is exposed. Developed by KCC, 'Dissolve, Inspiration by Korea' comprises of about 30 works including painting fibre, textile and Hanji (Traditional Korean Paper) crafts by Yvonne Boag, Jan Coveney, Catherine O'Leary, Marianne Penberthy and Maryanne Wick.......'

HANJI FILMING (documentary) 

South Korea

October 14th - 28th, 2016

A production by Arirang TV for a series entitled 'ArtTravel'.  This series explores people who have been influenced by Korean culture. I was invited to participate in the making of a one hour documentary on Hanji. The filming took 2 weeks and I was taken all over the counry to meet up with different artists and paper makers. At the end of my journey I worked with Suzi Kim, a well known Hanji artist where we collaborated on a special piece of Hanji art that symbolized my journey.

You can view the documentary here .......

SALA - open studio, Adelaide, Australia

August 13th & 14th, 2016

Brompton, South Australia

Open studio sessions for SALA (South Australian Living Artists), one weekend in August from 11am - 4 pm.  Many interested people came to see what Hanji is all about. A great way to spread the word about this craft.

KOREA WEEK, Exhibition & sales - Melbourne, Australia

Korean Consular General's Dept.,

Queensbridge Square, Southbank, Melbourne

April 29th - 30th, 2016

I was invited to exhibit some of my work and have some  pieces for sale in this annual event. There was a great deal of interest in this little known Korean craft over the two days. I spoke on stage about my Hanji journey and was interviewed by YTN Korean Television.

K- paper(Hanji)  Exhibition, Sydney, Australia

Korean Cultural Centre, Sydney, Australia

Feb. 15th - 29th, 2016

An exhibition of various forms of Hanji art was held at the Korean Cultural Centre in Sydney.  I was honoured to be invited to exhibit 5 of my Hanji pieces alongside other  Korean Artists.

SALA - open studio, Adelaide, Australia

Brompton, South Australia

August 2015

My home studio,  open to the public for two weekends in August as part of the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.

Exhibition - 'From paper to purpose', Adelaide, Australia

Mrs Harris' Shop, Adelaide, Australia

April 2015

A Hanji exhibition, a traditional Korean Craft.


This exhibition showcased my work over the last 15 years and was an introduction of this wonderful new craft to Adelaide and its people.



Exhibition - Students work - United Arab Emirates

Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates

May, 2014

An exhibition of my student's work over a period of 6 years in the United Arab Emirates.  As my farewell event they held an exhibition at the local sailing Club and I was thrilled with the volume and quality of work they'd achieved. It's exciting for me to know that these wonderful ladies have become as excited about Hanji as I have and many of them will continue doing it back in their own countries.

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