Jiwon Song is an artist, art educator, and curator based in New York City, who magnifies each person's beautiful uniqueness through art, which she believes is the most powerful communication tool. Jiwon currently communicates and manages the breath of international contemporary artists and numerous exhibitions at Waterfall Mansion & Gallery. Over the seven years, she has developed a sustainable art education model for marginalized communities in Kenya and organized a team every summer as a director of the Art Education Program at Mtree. She holds a BFA in Painting and a MA in Art Teaching from Maryland Institute College of Art. 

Jiwon Song's artworks have exhibited in over forty group exhibitions: “2021 Art/Act Exhibition LIGHT HOUSE” and “A Sustaining Life” at Waterfall Gallery in NYC, “Poetic Materials" at Kenektid Gallery in NYC, "Artful Living at the Upper East Side Residence" in NYC, "Homebodiestour" at Ohio University Art Gallery in Athens, OH, "Seems Familiar" at Ash Street Project Studios & Gallery in Portland, OR, "Dumbo Open Studio" in Brooklyn, NY and “Fully Booked Art Book Fair" in Dubai among many. Jiwon was selected as an artist resident to Chautauqua School of Art Studio program in Chautauqua, NY, and the New York Studio Residency Program in Brooklyn, NY. 


Childlike innocence and genuine quality are the core values within Jiwon’s work. She celebrates transparency, playfulness, confidence, and fun founded within the children’s instinctive process of making. Her reflective drawings and relational paintings hold small moments and intangible stories in her life. The colors are primarily from her memory and other elements are orchestrated based on her imagination. Using the nature of the materials, she naturally creates layers and orders which deepens the understanding of herself and others by visualizing the invisible senses.