Shin-hee Chin Dec 2019 McPherson fiber artist, Shin-hee Chin, will be the Artist-in-Residence at the Red Barn Studio Museum, 212 South Main, from Sunday, December 8 to Sunday, January 19th. She will, also, be the featured artist during the Makers Street Artwalk, Friday, January 10. During her residency, she says, “I will finish up my artwork for a solo exhibition which will be Jan 15-March 1, 2020 at the Salina Art Center. The show is in conjunction with the Spencer project, ‘Shattering the Void,’ Jan 15-March 8, 2020..” Known for her richly layered mixed media collage and fiber arts, Shin-hee Chin has explored the depth of humanity for many years through her work. Cultural context shapes most of her art as Chin has lived half her life in South Korea and the other half in the United States. Influenced by feminist traditions, Christian spirituality, and Eastern philosophy, Chin has created a coherent narrative addressing the complex issues of the female body, procreation and motherhood, mother tongue, cultural identity, cultural hybridity and a sense of belonging. You can find Shin-hee Chin at shinheechin.com.
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