The night sky has inspired a new series called “Indra’s Cosmic Net.” Fascinated by the interconnectedness of all formations: large as the universe, and small as cells, I have been using the long fibers of mulberry paper to create cells and “draw” in a new way. These new works are part of the Luminosity series. I will also show prints and paperworks of Kyoto. All are welcome.
MOON exhibition at the Herbert F Johnson Museum at Cornell, Ithaca, N.Y August 26, 2018 to January 13, 2019 Opening reception and artist talk Thursday, September 6, 5-7 pm. The talk is part of the Stoikov Lecture Series on Asian Art and will be held in the Wing gallery. Oceanic Moon, Sarah Brayer’s 5 panel luminescent paperwork mural will be featured in MOON, an exhibition drawn from the Johnson’s permanent collection and timed to coincide with the annual celebration of the Autumn Moon Festival. A special gallery will be created for Oceanic Moon so that it is an immersive experience for the viewer. Soundtrack by Steve Greene.
Please join me for a show of works relating to Kyoto at the Ren Brown Collection, Bodega Bay California. The show will include new luminescent paperworks of the night skies, as well as a selection of paintings done in 1980-81 the first two years I was in Kyoto. These works were recently unveiled in a box inside the studio, and this is the first time they will be shown. The gallery is north of San Francisco on the Coast Highway. I will be present for the reception on Aug 25 and the following Sunday Aug 26.