Photo courtesy of Cedar Valley College Art Gallery

The Art Galleries at Cedar Valley College will be presenting a new exhibition by Yuni Lee, Creation, Evolution, Disco. Her eclectic and animated paintings are spatial conundrums, turbulent abstractions based in part on natural forms. The conjunction of the natural and artificial are strategic elements she forces to the edge of control in her exciting new work.

Lee finds influences from wide-ranging sources as different as traditional Korean Minhwah (folk) art and the Pattern and Decoration movement. But the work clearly references everything from astrophysics to human movement in its ferocious use of rhythm, pattern and space. A recent M.F.A. painting graduate of the University of North Texas, Yuni Lee is represented by Ro2 Art Gallery, in Dallas.

The exhibit will be on display August 22 through September 30.

The Art Galleries at Cedar Valley College will be presenting a new exhibition by Yuni Lee, Creation, Evolution, Disco. Her eclectic and animated paintings are spatial conundrums, turbulent abstractions based in part on natural forms. The conjunction of the natural and artificial are strategic elements she forces to the edge of control in her exciting new work.

Lee finds influences from wide-ranging sources as different as traditional Korean Minhwah (folk) art and the Pattern and Decoration movement. But the work clearly references everything from astrophysics to human movement in its ferocious use of rhythm, pattern and space. A recent M.F.A. painting graduate of the University of North Texas, Yuni Lee is represented by Ro2 Art Gallery, in Dallas.

The exhibit will be on display August 22 through September 30.

The Art Galleries at Cedar Valley College will be presenting a new exhibition by Yuni Lee, Creation, Evolution, Disco. Her eclectic and animated paintings are spatial conundrums, turbulent abstractions based in part on natural forms. The conjunction of the natural and artificial are strategic elements she forces to the edge of control in her exciting new work.

Lee finds influences from wide-ranging sources as different as traditional Korean Minhwah (folk) art and the Pattern and Decoration movement. But the work clearly references everything from astrophysics to human movement in its ferocious use of rhythm, pattern and space. A recent M.F.A. painting graduate of the University of North Texas, Yuni Lee is represented by Ro2 Art Gallery, in Dallas.

The exhibit will be on display August 22 through September 30.

WHEN

WHERE

Cedar Valley College Art Gallery
3030 N. Dallas Ave.
Lancaster, TX 75134
http://www.cedarvalleycollege.edu/AboutCedarValley/ArtGallery/default.aspx

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