Posted on September 29, 2019
Excerpt from UNCG Now:
“Assistant professor of interior architecture Stephen Skorski spent this past summer exploring architectural spaces and conducting research around the world.
His work led him to Bermuda, Italy, and China, as well as South Korea, a stop that included a solo art exhibition of Skorski’s most recent creative scholarship.
The exhibition, titled “Invisible Horizons,” presented over 50 unique pieces at the Ye Gallery in the city of Gumi. Most of the work was produced over the last year and explored abstract mark making using lithographic and silkscreen techniques.
“The art scene is vibrant, and my artist colleagues in Korea are a constant source of inspiration and energy for me,” said Skorski, who previously lived in South Korea and taught at a university there for five years. “When I am there, I make as many gallery and studio visits as I can.”
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