Lapp Gallery Exhibit: Alice Chung

Artist Bio:

Alice Chung graduated from Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1996. More on Alice Chung HERE

She was born and raised in Seoul Korea and  has Master Degree and Bachelor Degree of Science from Seoul National University. Art has been part of her life so finally became a professional artist and worked as a professional artist for 28 years in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey area and also in Korea at Hyundae Art Gallery. Since she graduated from PAFA she has had 10 times Solo exhibitions and more than 150 various group and juried exhibitions.

She is the recipient of numerous awards ( 25  Awards )   from many juried exhibitions such as  Philadelphia Sketch Club, The Plastic Club, MCGOPA, Greater Norristown Art League, Man Line Art Center, Tri state Artist Equity, Tyme gallery, PAFA Alumni etc.  Also she had group show at Da Vinci Art Alliance, Cohen Gallery, Henry Gallery, Berman Art Museum, Woodmere Art Museum, MCCC Art Gallery, 211 Gallery, Settlement School Gallery, American College, Salus University, Widener University, St Asaph Gallery, Center on the Hill,

She has juror experience of Art Contest at the Southeastern District of the GFWC PA Festival of Arts.She is the Associate of Montgomery County Guild of  Professional Artist association. She was the founder and president of Philadelphia Art Connection which is a Korean American Professional.


Artist Statement:

In my painting, I try to recreate my own viewpoint for the viewer.
My creative feeling begins with the search for subject matter
that is captivating both spatially and in its forms.

My subject matter comes from various sources including nature.
After I absorb the feel of the scene, I begin to design my
compositions in a manner similar to that of the impressionist.
To evoke a more intense feeling of excitement than the actual
scenes I paint, sometimes I apply intense layers of bright color
or I create texture with sand gel and apply bold brush strokes.
These techniques result in color patches which lend a slightly
more contemporary feel to my work.

I try to avoid making the viewer feel a sense of depression or
difficulty in understanding what they are seeing in my painting.
My hope is to inspire a feeling of comfort and happiness with
my art.

Meet  the Artist: Reception January 7, 2023 1-3 PM

Visit the Lapp Gallery during regular Museum Hours: T-F 10-5PM, Sat. 10-2PM to enjoy this local display of fine art January 3, 2023- March 1, 2023.

No registration necessary. Donations appreciated for attendance.