Today I met artist Yireh Kwak. I’ve met er before in a previous exhibit this semester. There where other artists who had work in the Liminal exhibit but I did not get the chance to interview them because they didn’t arrive until later. It was great when she told us how all the CSULB artists help each other with their artwork.
Ms. Kwak told us how half of making an exhibit is how it is set up. She says each one of her paintings are like her babies, they take different times to perfect. She also told us that she paints every day, and if she is not painting, she is sketching for a new painting.
We then asked if her paintings where for sale and she said she wasn’t sure if she was going to sell her paintings. One day she said she was for sure. She says she has not idea how much she would sell them for, probably price them on how long she worked on them.
She was very nice and wanted to answer all of our questions thoroughly.