While in Nice, France I took the opportunity to visit the Marc Chagall Museum.
The Imago Mundi Project came to Hawai’i early this year and I chose to participate, to show how Hawaii has impacted me. Provided with a small, wood platform in which to express such a massive change I chose to use acrylic paint. A medium I only recently embraced and in ocean blue colors in whichContinue reading “Imago Mundi Project – Hawaii”
My Artist Residency at Ark of the Unicorns was meant to accomplish crochet designs of the human figure and the connections we make with each other. Instead, of simply stitching connections in wire, I also made the best ones myself, in person. In both her ceramics workshop and her speaking engagement Magdalene Odundo spoke ofContinue reading “Beyond the Stitch Work – Artist Residency in Hawaii”
On Wednesday, Bernice Akamine came by for a studio visit. She is a well respected Native Hawai’ian artist who also does wire stitchwork. She just had a solo show on the Big Island and I greatly appreciate her taking the time to stop by! There are not many other wire stitch artists so it wasContinue reading “Studio Visit, Stitch Experiments, & Lefty Achievement Unlocked”
Thank You ever so much to everyone who came out to the see Friendship-in-Progress: Tokyo X HNL at Ark of the Unicorns on First Friday. We appreciate your love of art and your support very much. It has been a busy couple of weeks so far as the Artist-in-Residence. In addition to my exploration ofContinue reading “First Friday Exhibition at Ark of the Unicorns”
Best place to find a whetstone aka Tokyo Art Adventures w/Mia O – Mokuhanga Artist! Six of us, all members of Art Byte Critique, set out from our respective homes around the Tokyo Metro area and converged upon the 360+ year old, Ozu Washi paper store in the Nihonbashi area. We each had our reasonsContinue reading “Washi and Whetstones”
Read Part I of II click here. The big surprise for me at this exhibition was video art. Haven’t been a big fan of it, Sometimes I’ll manage to sit through a short video, but I hadn’t been wow-ed until this show. At the Yokohama Museum of Art, Zhao Zhao’s 120min video of getting aContinue reading “Yokohama Triennale 2017 – Part II of II”