Tag Archives: japanese

hands that do dishes

another papier mache vessel, 2011

a small object of survival..

upturned, after the storm…

washed up, weathered and worn…

art or craft, handled with care…

one lonely relic, rescued from the past…

view more papier mache wabi sabi bowls here..

rebirth at Art1821: a private view

i received some photographs of the rebirth exhibition at gallery art1821 in the e-post today…. would you care to take a look?

please mind your head on the low beams…

fabulous dogwood sculptures by barbara leaney, referencing the natural environment and the interstellar world…

one of my abstract paintings, the edgescape rost…

looking back through the main gallery space; [...]

rebirth: an exhibition

Rebirth: An ancient culture and philosophy revisited; rediscovered; revitalised; readdressed and remade.
Rebirth, curated by Lorraine Cooke, is an exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Art inspired by Ancient Jomon culture and Japanese aesthetic, in collaboration with the Unearthed exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.
The Rebirth exhibition features artworks by Sahoko Aki, Megumi Baba, Shaun Caton, [...]