About the Artist
Hannah Jung, born in Seoul, South Korea, has been a Connecticut resident since 2000. A Juried Artist member from Silvermine Guild Arts Center (2004-2012) and Westport Arts Center (2009-2012), her work has been exhibited nationwide including The White Gallery (2019, Lakeville), Promenade Gallery at the Bushnell (2003, Hartford), Gallery Korea, Korean Embassy (2005, Washington D.C.), Vision Gallery (2004, New York), Mercy Gallery, Loomis Chaffee School (2008, Windsor CT), The Gallery of the Contemporary Art, Sacred Heart University, and General Electric World Headquarters (Fairfield). Baker Arts Center (2010, Liberal KS) and H. Pelham Curtis Gallery (2012, New Canaan), etc. Also, she was a recipient in the entry of Art of the Northeast (2006 & 2010) at Silvermine Guild Arts Center and was invited to Artists Residency Program at I-Park (2006, East Haddam). Her work has been reviewed by Republican-American, Record-Journal, Korean Times, Connecticut Post, Cheshire Herald, Westport Now, etc. and her number of paintings are in private collection nationwide.
A graduate of Seoul National University, Korea (Bachelor of Fine Arts: Painting, 1997) and Southern Connecticut State University (M.S. 2002), she taught at a number of schools including Housatonic Community College (Bridgeport), Albertus Magnus College (New Haven), Lyman Allyn Art Museum (New London) and public/private schools. Jung is currently working as Director and Artist-in-Residence of The Voice of Art, Cheshire CT.