Hanbok in a Wind Storm
Acrylic on canvas
90cm x 116cm
Seongsan Arthall, Changwon,
Feb 18 - Feb 23, 2003
The Korean women have suffered and toiled and still today
are faced with challenges unknown to us Canadian women.
Through the storms and ravages of time they remain composed
and outwardly untouched by the external forces. They are
a rare beauty. The Hanbok is a traditional dress designed
to resemble the natural beauty of a flower in shape and
colour. The perfectly designed Hanbok should even sound
like wind in leaves as the wearer walks.