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Etchings highlight facets of human emotion, life

Artists Joonhee Lee (l.) and Bruce Waldman chat during the reception Saturday evening. Both of their work - etchings and drawings - are featured in the show. Photo by Christina Santucci
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A two-person show, entitled Monoscape, opened at Yegam Art Space in Auburndale Saturday evening. The show features the etchings and drawings of Bruce Waldman and Joonhee Lee, who both focus on expressing human emotions. The exhibit is slated to run through March 11 at Yegam, at 196-50 Northern Blvd.

Both artists emphasize figures using black and white along with a limited palate of colors.

Waldman has been teaching at the School of Visual Arts for more than 25 years, is a member of the Board of Governors of the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and serves as a director of the New York Society of Etchers.

Lee, a native of Seoul, Korea, received his masters in illustration at the School of Visual Arts in 1993. His drawings consist of hundreds of layered lines.

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