Event Title

WASHI (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

Location

Verne Collection: A Gallery of Japanese Prints and Paintings

Event Website

http://vernegallery.com/

Start Date

10-17-2012 12:00 AM

End Date

10-20-2012 12:00 AM

Cost to Attend

Free

Pre-registration required?

No

Contact Information (for registration)

Verne Collection

A Gallery of Japanese Prints and Paintings

2207 Murray Hill Road

Cleveland,Ohio44106

vernegallery@att.net

216.231.8866

Event Type

Exhibit

Description

In honor of Watermarks 2012, The Verne Gallery is proud to present a special four day show entitled "Washi". Featured will be the works on handmade kozo paper of Keisuke Serizawa, the master of stencil dyeing and Living National Treasure, The handmade papers of the Living National Art Treasure Eishiro Abe, Sarah Brayer of Kyoto, Japan's poured paperwork's, woodblock prints and paintings by Daniel Kelly on handmade paper from Nepal, First Agnes Gund Award winner, Yuko Kimura's etchings and collages on handmade paper, Tatiana Ginsberg's handmade paper tea bowls with natural dye,and woodblock prints on handmade kozo by one of the top young contemporary papermakers in Japan, Miku Ishizaki.

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Oct 17th, 12:00 AM Oct 20th, 12:00 AM

WASHI (A Watermarks 2012 Associated Exhibit)

Verne Collection: A Gallery of Japanese Prints and Paintings

In honor of Watermarks 2012, The Verne Gallery is proud to present a special four day show entitled "Washi". Featured will be the works on handmade kozo paper of Keisuke Serizawa, the master of stencil dyeing and Living National Treasure, The handmade papers of the Living National Art Treasure Eishiro Abe, Sarah Brayer of Kyoto, Japan's poured paperwork's, woodblock prints and paintings by Daniel Kelly on handmade paper from Nepal, First Agnes Gund Award winner, Yuko Kimura's etchings and collages on handmade paper, Tatiana Ginsberg's handmade paper tea bowls with natural dye,and woodblock prints on handmade kozo by one of the top young contemporary papermakers in Japan, Miku Ishizaki.

http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/octavofest/2012/all/59