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The Blooming Feast

September 30-October 31

A tufted textile installation by Youkyung Woo filled with art with color and texture

The Blooming Feast is a tufted textile installation art with color and texture. The art installations are created with rug tufting techniques and other textile techniques with multiple fibers of recycled wool, cotton, and nylon yarns, also drawing from Youkyung Woo’s work in living products such as coasters, rugs, and mirrors.
People across the world have struggled with invisible viruses and political and economic issues for the last three years. With The Blooming Feast, Youkyung Woo aims to provide a small place to rest with her colorful tufted nature elements such as flowers and cactuses to escape the real world. Youkyung Woo hopes people feel her positive energy, find their inner peace, and calm down when they touch and use her colorful work as their living artwork.


September 30, 2022 @ 5:00 pm
October 31, 2022 @ 6:00 pm
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935 SW Washington St. ,
Portland, OR 97205 United States
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