Death of a tractor

July 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant. Death of a TractorCurrently on a 1-month Artists' Residence on the remote island of Anjwa as part of the 6th Kim Whan Ki International Art Festival. Korean abstract artist Kim Whan-ki (1913-1974) was born and drew his inspiration from hère. In turn, we are inviter to be inspired! Whilst looking for Kim Whan Ki's blue, I came across several dead tractors! This one was particularly poignant.


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