Exhibition:

In Rome

Shin's early paintings (2000-2010) consist of diverse imagery on several smaller boards, harmoniously arranged on a larger substrate. 

She is interested in the new 'wholeness' suggested by the overall structure; when the separate images are read together as one unified composition. With this concept, she presents a metaphorical illustration of the diverse cultures in contemporary New Zealand society. 

Autumn in Rome
Autumn in Rome

Mixed media on Board, 1200 x 600 mm

Morning in Rome
Morning in Rome

Mixed media on Board, 650 x 650 mm

Man's and God's
Man's and God's

Mixed media on Board, 1200 x 900 mm

Behind the Roman Wall II
Behind the Roman Wall II

Mixed media on Board, 900 x 700 mm

Spring in Rome
Spring in Rome

Mixed media on Board, 1200 x 600 mm

Sites in Rome
Sites in Rome

Mixed media on Board, 1400 x 500 mm

History Reflected on the Water
History Reflected on the Water

Mixed media on Board, 1200 x 900 mm

Harmony in Rome
Harmony in Rome

Mixed media on Board, 900 x 700 mm

At Dusk in Rome I
At Dusk in Rome I

Mixed media on Board, 1200 x 900 mm

Tree and an Ornament
Tree and an Ornament

Mixed media on Board, 1200 x 700 mm

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