Bye, Bye 2020 at Launch Pad Gallery in Yokohama

Like an exhalation, this is such a great idea for an art exhibition at the end of a difficult year. Many of the works on show at Launch Pad Gallery spoke to my fiber and metals preferences, too!

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Tokyo’s Virtual Art Book Fair 2020 and Museum Sketchbooks

For Tokyo’s 2020 Virtual Art Book Fair, come with me while I share my observations and sketchbook impressions from three different art adventures I have had in the past couple of years. Join me on my visits to the Rijks Museum in AmsterdamTate Modern in London, and Venice Biennale in Italy. You will see various artworks through my eyes, what impressed me, and my sketchbook notes.

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The Screen and Beyond by Art Byte Critique

Galleries have been closed and shows have been cancelled or delayed but many of us artists are still creating. Our materials and processes may be changing, yet we still create. I like to have a physical manifestation of myself around me. Creating artwork is a life affirming event for me and the pandemic has not changed that. Please enjoy what my friends and I have created with regards to our current thoughts and conditions.

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Visiting Vilhelm Hammershoi and Danish Painting of the 19th Century

A friend of mine from Hawai’i came to Japan to visit her family and we decided to check out the Vilhelm Hammershøi Exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

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