as part of a new project “Viewpoints” in which U of W faculty members are invited to respond to work in the Henry’s collection. I have the honor to be the first subject! through June 16, 2013
for more info: https://hankblog.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/the-henry-announces-viewpoints/
I have a piece in Sen-nin-bari (1000 Stitches) Sept. 17-Oct. 9 2011 Kobo at Higo 604 South Jackson st. Seattle WA (206) 381-3000 Opening reception: Sept. 17, 5:00-7:00pm
During World War II, both Japanese women in Japan and Japanese Americans in the U.S. made amulets called, ” Senninbari“ for the soldiers who left their homes and families to fight in the war. Women and community members gathered together and for each soldier stitched one thousand stitches using red thread on a special cloth. These stitched amulets were given to the soldiers for their protection and for their safe return home.
I have a piece in “Bumber by Number” at Bumbershoot curated by Marlow Harris and JoDavid, a show of vintage Paint by Number paintings that have been manipulated or re-interpreted by Seattle artists – on view 9/3/11-9/5/11 at the Seattle Center
Here is a Seattle Times review of the show
"before" vintage paint by number, 18" X 24"
"after" goauche on paper, 18" X 24" 2011