Jeon In-ji (28), who made a splendid comeback after winning the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, a major event on the LPGA tour this year, will hold an exhibition of paintings she has made in her spare time.
Jeon In-ji will hold a painting exhibition titled ‘Parrot Meets Dumbo: When Curiosity Becomes Art’ at Bon Gallery in Gwanhun-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul from the 17th to the 7th of next month.
‘Dumbo’, the baby elephant with big ears, the main character of the animation, is Jeon In-ji’s nickname and the name of her fan club.
On the 13th, the gallery announced on its homepage that Chun In-ji would make her official debut as an artist by holding an exhibition with her teacher Park Seon-mi, who is famous for ‘a painter who draws books and a parrot painter’.
Jeon Ji-geun, who met artist Park Seon-mi last year and learned her painting, presents various themes she has been thinking about through her collaborative works.토토사이트
The gallery said, “The two artists, Park Seon-mi and Jeon In-ji, who have a common goal of communicating with the public and spreading good influence despite being in different fields of art and sports, have become closer through art.” I am curious about the new story of the two writers who were born with a common denominator.”
In a video posted on social media of the LPGA Tour ahead of the exhibition, Jeon In-ji explained, “Many golf players have hobbies to find balance in their lives. Hobbies relieve stress and help improve performance. To me, that’s painting.” did.
“I expressed my feelings through painting, and I was able to look into myself more,” he said.