artist statement & bio
Artist Sung Ah Cho was born in Seoul, Korea in 1967 and she now lives and works in Vancouver, BC.
Negotiating the boundaries between art and craft, Cho is interested in examining the nature of beauty, femininity, domesticity and craftsmanship. Her delicately painted porcelain pieces are often emotionally and psychologically charged as the artist herself. Her recent works, which depict the notion of woman’s identity through hand-made ceramic dolls, contain an element of humor.
Cho earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Ewha Woman’s University in Seoul, Korea and worked as a designer for stationary, magazines and a variety of books. Later, she attended the Meissen Porcelain Painting School in Germany in 2010. Cho currently holds a membership as an IPAT certified artist (International Porcelain Artists & Teachers Inc) and she regularly exhibits her works both in Canada and Korea.
May. 2019 Parker Art Salon
Dec. 2018 Shiny Fuzzy Muddy Show
Nov. 2018 Eastside Culture Crawl
Jan. 2018 All Together - MODU Korean Artist Collective
Nov. 2017 Eastside Culture Crawl
Nov. 2016 Arts & Crafts Show
Jun. 2016 Repose & One Time Blues Exhibition
Mar. 2016 Art Vancouver 2016
Mar. 2016 Modu Korean Artists Collective Group Exhibition
Feb. 2016 Covan02 Art Gallery Members Group Exhibition
Dec. 2015 Affordable art - Christmas edition
Oct. 2015 Covan02 Art Gallery Opening Exhibition
Jun. 2015 Modu Artist collective Craft Exhibition
May. 2015 Art Vancouver 2015
2014 Annual Group Exhibition of the Korean Art Association
2013 Annual Group Exhibition of the Korean Art Association
2012 Generation One Art Exhibition
2012 Annual Group Exhibition of the Korean Art Association
2005 Group Exhibition of the Korean Porcelain Painting Artists
1994-1996 Group Exhibition 'VISUAL MASSEGE'