WonJu Hulse began painting in 2005 and recently took up photography. Her paintings and photos use jewel-like glazes of color that feel vibrant and fresh while reflecting a deeply spiritual aspect. Playful and contemplative, her art finds poetry in a wide variety of subjects.
Her work has been shown at The Gallery of Frank Bette Center for art, Oakland Public Library, Oakland Art Murmur, Open Studio by ProArt, Public Art for Koreantown Northgate CBD and The Artist Alley Gallery in San Francisco.
- Open studio by ProArt 2015
- Open studio by ProArt 2012
- The Artists Alley Gallery in San Francisco, October to November 2011
- 'Change 101' at Oakland Art Murmur in Oakland 2011
- Store front art by Koreatown Northgate CBD in Oakland, October 2011
- 'Painting & origami' at the Asian Branch of Oakland Public Library 2007
- 'Playful & Reflective' at the Asian Branch of Oakland Public Library 2006
- Group exhibition at The gallery of Frank Bette Center for Arts , 2006
-Group exhibition at The gallery of Frank Bette Center for Arts , 2005
Wonju Hulse joined Fine Art America on May 8th, 2015.