Below you can select what types of works to browse. These, and other works, are available for purchase from Yvonne. For more information about Yvonne, her CV, exhibitions, etc, please browse Yvonne's extensive digital archive. You can buy Yvonne's works by contacting her with the asset number of the image, for example, YB112 (See the Contact area).
You can browse all of Yvonne's works here. The works listed are of all types, paintings, prints, drawings, artist books and mixed media works. The works are listed with the most recent work first.
You can see Yvonne's paintings here. The works are listed with the most recent paintings first.
You can see Yvonne's prints here. The works are listed with the most recent prints first.
You can see Yvonne's mixed media works here. The works are listed with the most recent mixed media works first.
You can see Yvonne's drawings here. The works are listed with the most recent drawings first.
You can see Yvonne's artist books here. The works are listed with the most recent artist books first.
A review of Yvonne's exhibition at West Gallery Thebarton, Adelaide in February/March 2018.The article was written by Jane Llewellyn.
Yvonne is exhibiting her latest work at West Gallery, Thebarton, Adelaide, South Australia. The exhibition opens on the 9th of February at 6pm and contonues until the 11th of March.
Yvonne is a professional artist exhibiting regularly in Australia and South Korea. She is represented in major Australian and international collections.
You can see Yvonne's CV and the extensive body of work through her digital archive.
Yvonne provides advice and guidance to organisations wishing to forge links between arts organisations in Australia and South Korea.
Australian clients include Sydney College of Arts, the National Art School, UNSW and Artlink magazine for their special Korean edition in 2015.
South Korean clients incude Ewha Womens University, Hong Ik University, Sookmyung Women's University and Chugje University.
Yvonne has taught extensively in the major art schools in Australia and South Korea and well as holding professorial positions in art schools in South Korea including Ewha Womens University and Chungju University.
She currently holds an adjunct Associate Professorship at Sydney College of the Arts.
Yvonnne has organised many exhibitions in South Korea and Australia, showcasing works from both countries. She was instrumental in a a sell-out exhibition of Lockhart River Aboriginal Community artists in Seoul. She also arranged exchange exhibitions between Sydney College of the Arts and Sookmyung Women's University; UNSW and Chugje University; and the National Art School and Hong Ik University.