2017 / Japan Foundation Lecture & Demo: Expression of Sumi Ink by Yoshio Ikezaki, Nov. 9

Yoshio Ikezaki, Timeless Air 24 Sumi ink on paper, 30 x 40 inches 2016

Lecture and Demonstration

The Light in the Shadow:  Expression of sumi ink
Thursday, November 9, 7pm
Venue: The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles
This event is full.

Suibokuga (水墨画), also called sumi-e (墨絵), is a form of art that uses black sumi ink to paint on washi paper.

This seemingly simple monochrome art form requires various brush stroke techniques which create and express the subtle nuances of light and shade onto a sheet of paper.

Artist Yoshio Ikezaki has been creating contemporary monochrome art works using sumi-e techniques and some of his works are currently on view as part of the “ATMOSPHERE IN JAPANESE PAINTING” exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.