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Hyesook Park and Route 66 on March 31st

Friday, March 30

Hey Sook Wall One

In late April, the West Hollywood Library will host a follow-up reading to last year’s celebration of poems about Sunset Blvd. by asking the featured poets to conjure up the glory days of Route 66.

Linda and I will be making use of that historic road tomorrow afternoon as the final leg of a trip to San Bernardino to see a one-day exhibition of work by the painter Hyesook Park. If anyone wants to take advantage of the early spring weather we are having this week, I would recommend this drive as a chance to see some terrific new paintings and to enjoy the post-rainfall landscape on your way there and back.

Hyesook Park
A One-Day Exhibition
Saturday, March 31, 2018
2 p.m.

Loveart Studio
15551 Cajon Blvd.
San Bernardino, CA 92407

Hye Sook Wall Five

Hye Sook Wall 3

Hye Sook Wall Two

(All photographs of Heysook Park’s paintings by Justin Hahn. (c) Justin Hahn 2018. All rights reserved by Justin Hahn. Posted on this blog with his permission.

Art Show — Hye Sook Park

An exceptionally fine artist, Hye Sook Park, is having a solo exhibition of work-in-progress on exhibit for a month at a gallery in San Bernardino. The show will be up until the end of the month. All of the work is from on-going project. While it’s certainly a long drive to San Bernardino, if you happen to be in the vicinity, I would urge you to swing by and spend a half-hour with her art. She has been working as a painter for well over 30 years and is one of the hidden treasures of Los Angeles.

Love Art Studio

15551 Cajon Blvd

San Bernardino, CA 92407

(909) 576-5773 or (909) 573-9929

www.loveartstudio.com

The Love Art Studio is owned by two Korean American artists, Sung Il Kim and Hong Bi Kim (Mariana Kim). It is located on Route 66 and is less than a quarter-hour drive from Lost Lake, which is more like a hefty pond, according to some accounts. Nevertheless, if you want to ride the whirlwind, it is is almost directly above the San Andreas Fault. If the Big One cuts loose while you’re taking a stroll around it, at least you’ll be near a body of fresh water that is continuously fed by natural springs.