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Thursday, June 07, 2007

STYLE SEGMENT. My Photography & Art


Forrest Rivers said...

Hey Eva, your blog's become a daily habit of mine now, glad you were up and running again so quick :-) Cool art, the fourth picture down confounds me as to what exactly you're depicting but art that makes you think can only be good. Loved your article on 24 hours to live, you have a knack for discussing an existential theme and giving it a Korean context. Keep having fun and blogging, your blog is the next best thing to being in Korea! :-)

Chrissy121875 said...

Great blog!
I have a student at my study holiday program whose mother owns three kindergartens and one English Academy in Suwon.

I'll be certain to pop by your blog again. Very interesting stuff!
PS. I graduated from Concordia University too! :)

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

Concordia, wow! It's a small world. I stopped by your blog as well ; )

Do you miss Montreal?

Forest Rivers- Thanks for the comments. Are you trying to find a statement in the nude with no head? ; )

Chrissy121875 said...

I do miss Montreal, but I go back every few months because I have a lot of friends and family there. I grew up in Montreal (spent 23 years there!), but have since moved to Manitoulin Island and have opened up my own ESL study program here.

Most of my students are actually from Suwon! How funny is that?! You and I both went to Concordia and we both teach kids from Suwon.

Do you mind if I add your link to my blog?

Forrest Rivers said...

Oh so that's what it is! Actually my first thought, revealing my true geekiness, was that it was some fantasy/sci fi creature like the ents from middle earth. I had some vague afterthought, being a male, that it might be a nude but the horizontal line and two dots, instead of a belly button, made me think my first thought was right. Wow that really got my left brain ticking!

Roy said...

Nice pictures! Way better than property diagrams I memorized today. Since I'm completely obtuse when it comes to art (3 scales - pretty/ugly/weird), I found myself trying to read that last letter on your vitamin drink. I think you'll notice that Korea's got some really funky drinks. You should try this traditional Korean drink that has cinnamon and dried persimmon. For good vegetarian food, try one of the Buddhist temples in the mountains. It's really cheap and those monks sure can cook.