Sensational Artwork by Sam Dobrow to be Exhibited at Yukyung Art Museum
Yukyung Art Museum’s Equilibrium Exhibition
The Equilibrium Exhibition is a program of the Yukyung Art Museum, housed at the Haegeumgang Theme Museum. The Equilibrium Exhibition, running November 1-25, 2022, celebrates resilience and creativity of artists finding balance and peace in the present world. Sam Dobrow’s surreal artwork “Grounded Angel” has arrived at the Haegeumgang Theme Museum in Geoje, South Korea for exhibition at Equilibrium. Grounded Angel is a 30″ x 30″ surreal work of art from Sam Dobrow’s Mystic Collection. Grounded Angel combines symbolism from Eastern and Western culture making it a sensational contribution to the exhibition.
About Yukyung Art Museum
The Yukyung Art Museum is the fine art museum hosted at the Haegeumgang Theme Museum in Geoje South Korea. Haegeumgang Theme Museum is an important cultural institution created as a link between the Korean tradition and contemporary culture. The museum is located next to the Haegeum River on the island of Geoje. Built on two floors, it houses the Museum of Modern Korean History, the Museum of European Decorative Accessories, and the Yukyung Art Museum. Yukyung Art Museum is a popular destination for visitors to Geoje, a city known for centuries-old Buddhist temples, coastal resorts, and high-tech industry including such companies as Daewoo and Samsung.
About Sam Dobrow
Sam Dobrow is an award winning contemporary photographic artist who lives and works in the artist village of Coconut Grove, Florida. In the digital darkroom, Sam continues to test the boundaries of photography. All of his artwork begins in the camera and evolves into images with intensely beautiful constructs amplified by his emotions and perceptions of the world and its inhabitants. Whether it is a street scene, portrait or figurative works, Sam captures beauty by presenting subjects shaped by light, framed by strong graphical elements, and emotionally supercharged by the thoughtful choice or absence of color.
According to Sam, the art of photography begins with a feeling, followed by seeing through the camera with anticipation, and ultimately developing an image that speaks to that feeling.