CCCA celebrates open house

Foundry artist in residence Rose Jeon loves to draw shiny things and has an eye for armor, helmets and portraits. Jeon receives a stipend of $7,500 for three months to make art, which will be exhibited and for sale in December.

DENTON — The Caroline County Council of Arts has chosen Rose Jeon as the first ever artist in residence. This three-month, paid position will culminate in a show where people can buy the work Jeon has created. She has already completed 24 drawings on paper. Their androgynous works on paper feel like a hybrid taking exacting technique from the Renaissance sculpture Michelangelo and mixing it with pop culture.

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