Monday, November 08, 2004

Seonna Hong in the New York Times

Teenage Robot background painter Seonna Hong was featured in an article in the New York Times on Friday:

The 14th Annual Print FairSeventh Regiment ArmoryPark Avenue at 67th StreetThrough Sunday

By now an established New York institution, the annual Print Fair of the International Fine Print Dealers Association is in its 14th year of promoting prints, showing a wide range in new and old techniques, spreading savvy about them and, yes, finding them good homes with caring buyers. Suffice it to say that the show is a winner. Find your own masterpieces here, and good hunting.

Seonna Hong 'Animus' Seonna Hong, a Los Angeles-based artist, won an Emmy this year for her animation work on an episode of the television cartoon series "My Life as a Teenage Robot." This delightful exhibition, her first solo show in New York, presents paintings made for a yet-to-be-published picture book, illustrating a story about a little girl and a vicious black dog.

3 comments:

Kevin said...

Congratuations Seonna Hong!
She is a great artist!

Anonymous said...

lets all give Seonna Hong a big ol' round of applaudes! chances are i can relate to the story of the evil dog....a lot of dogs did try to hunt me down...just thinking about that makes me freak out but anyways cheers for Seonna Hong!

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