The Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art is just a few miles away from Global Education City, in Jeoji village. There are plenty of sculptures in the grounds but it was too cold to stroll around outside this afternoon. Indeed, the reason we went was because today saw the opening of an exhibition that combined the work of artists from Jeju and Bali. As it said, they’re both islands and both have unique cultures and traditions. We missed the Indonesian dancing but were there for the refreshments. The visitors made short work of them.
Here are details of two pictures by a Balinese artist, who’s name I don’t recall. I know they’re not very cutting edge but I liked them.