Nature’s Spring Sonata

March 18, 2019 – April 18, 2019

Yumi Hogan
Maryland’s First Lady

Nature's Spring Sonata

My artwork is my interpretation and abstract vision of the harmony of nature. We human beings are part of nature like cool breezes, trees and flowing water. I feel this existence in the meaning of nature through the freedom of movement and unstructured imagery. All of our lives are connected in this way.

Some of my works depict the sudden change that has affected my life. I began to use more colors and lines. The flowing colors and lines represent a childhood memory of my mother and grandmother making silk fabrics, carefully moving each silk strand in the air. I am reminded of the soft colorful strands, swaying with the breeze.

Yumi Hogan
Yumi Hogan

We human beings are part of nature like cool breezes, trees and flowing water. All of our lives are connected in this way. Rather than replicate a scene, each of my paintings has no beginning, no end, and no focal point but represents a continuous flow as if wondering through a dream. It is my intent to make people feel and understand the breath of nature through my works.

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