Maryland first lady Yumi Hogan's art featured in Ocean City exhibit

Associated Press

The artwork of Maryland first lady Yumi Hogan is being featured in a show at the Ocean City Center for the Arts.

The show opens Friday night and is called "Nature's Rhythmic Alliance." It includes 27 of Hogan's abstract landscape paintings. They'll be on view during July and August.

Hogan, who was born in South Korea, met her husband, Gov. Larry Hogan, at an art show in Maryland. Her work is a mix of mediums and styles but incorporates East Asian painting techniques.

Hogan has degrees in art and has had more than 14 solo exhibitions. The proceeds of sales from her exhibit are being donated to art therapy programs for pediatric cancer patients. 

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