Eun Ju Cho is a Korean printmaker and sculptor. Her work explores natural harmony and balance in colours and shapes, as well as passages between time and space.
Eun Ju Cho uses influences from traditional Korean windows and doors – Changmoon – and Korean wrapping cloths, called bojagi, to reflect both Eastern and Western cultures in her work.
Solo exhibitions by Eun Ju Cho at Salamanca Arts Centre include:
Harmony and Balance (2018)
Eun Ju Cho is represented by Handmark Gallery
Eun Ju Cho shared Studio 119B (from March 2017 – February 2018) and Studio 235 (March 2018 – March 2019) with Ann Mestitz. Eun Ju Co relocated to Studio 242 in May 2019.
Image Credits: Works by Eun Ju Cho. Photographs by Matthew Newton and Ann Mestitz.