Scent of Broq-pa

Ziesook's Scent of Art


January 13, 2021 to February 07, 2021


VALA Gallery at Historic Cotton Mill of McKinney View map
610 Elm St.,
McKinney, TX,

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Artist Ziesook You presents 38 of her beautiful artwork collection to the VALA (Visual Arts League of Allen) Gallery for a special solo show presentation of her current body of work titled Scent of Broq-pa.

Broq-pa is the name of a small village in Nepal located at the end of the Silk Road. In Broq-pa, the symbolic meaning of flowers is very special. In the Nepalese culture, flowers symbolize love, happiness, and appreciation for God. Broq-pa’s women are committed to growing flowers in their garden and decorate their hair with flowers every day. Ziesook’s desire to share the spirit of Broq-pa with people through her artwork was the inspiration for her series, Scent of Broq-pa.

Meet Ziesook You at the artist's reception on Friday, January 22 from 6–8pm. The gallery is open weekdays from 9am–5pm, and on Saturdays when no private events are happening at the Cotton Mill.