To commemorate World Tsunami Awareness Day, the UNISDR commissioned this booklet with my illustrations, to educate people on how to be prepared for a tsunami. It is a free downloadable PDF, which you can get here. Please share!
I have some work on show at ‘monogatari’ an exhibition of the artwork from the new ToCo zine, in which I participated for the first time. I will be showing my black & white ink illustrations of food.
All the info is shown below, and the exhibition is on from the 13th - 20th October, open from 10-6 every day. Hope you can make it!
There will be a reception/private view for the group show I have work in, very soon! Here are all the details, hope you can make it!
I have several prints in an upcoming show in CLOUDS ART + COFFEE Gallery in Koenji, Tokyo, on the theme of the colour blue. I made one new print specially!
The exhibition runs from tuesday 7th of August until sunday 12th August, 10am to 6pm
There is a reception on saturday 11th August from 6-8pm (I won't be there unfortunately) but I hope you'll still drop by!
2-25-4 Koenjikita Suginami-ku, Tokyo 166-0002
I have some work in this show that is now on!
All the info for the exhibition is in the previous post, please scroll down. I'll be at the reception on 21st!
From July 16th - 22nd, I'll have some new work in a group show as part in the Cosmopolitan Art Festival 2018 at the Setagaya Citizen Gallery.
I'm super happy to announce that my mokuhanga artists book Into the Garden made it through to the second round of judging for the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition in London this year. Fingers crossed it'll make it into the actual show!
*June update: unfortunately my piece didn't make it into the show this year. But I'll try again next year!
I have an interview online at handprinted.co.uk where I talk about my printmaking practice, in the UK, California and now in Japan. Find out about my very first print, how fast I can work, and who I collaborate with!
PHILADELPHIA, PA -- Six international artists will showcase their new mokuhanga works at C.R. Ettinger Studio Gallery in Philadelphia, PA which opens on Friday, March 30 at 6-8 p.m. This exhibition titled, Into the Fold, is the result of an ongoing creative conversation where artists respond to themes of folding/unfolding, portability, lineage, and community using mokuhanga as the primary medium.
Artists Katie Baldwin (Huntsville, AL), Sarah Hulsey (Somerville, MA), Fuko Ito (Lawrence, KS), Mariko Jesse (Tokyo, Japan), Yoonmi Nam (Lawrence, KS), and Mia O (Tokyo, Japan) are connected through teaching and learning mokuhanga in the United States and in Japan. The term and the process of Mokuhanga (Japanese for woodblock printmaking) has been adopted by contemporary artists working with the tools and materials associated with traditional Japanese water-based woodblock printing. These artists, along with many contemporary artists working in mokuhanga, trace a lineage of learning to a handful of Japanese printers, carvers and artists connected through the Nagasawa Art Park and MI-LAB artist residencies located in Japan.
The exhibition dates are March 30-April 11, 2018. The opening reception is on Friday, March 30th, from 6 - 8 p.m. The C.R. Ettinger Studio Gallery is located at 2215 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146. This event is free and open to the public.
The C. R. Ettinger Studio Gallery features exhibitions of prints and printmaking related works. The gallery has irregular hours (usual open from noon till 6PM Monday - Friday), but always best to contact before visiting or take your changes. Also open by appointment 7 days a week.
C.R. Ettinger Studio, 2215 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146, 610.585.4084, www.crettinger.com
faux, who make my HK toile ceramics are having a sale in HK right now...hope you can pop by!
Very happy to announce my new website! Please take the time to browse all my work, and let me know if you spot any errors or have any comments!