Anaheim / MUZEO Museum: installation of black and white ink works, Now – Aug.11

“Sakura (Cherry Blossoms)” is an installation of 40 tapestries, each measuring 700x1950mm (approx. 27.5 x 77in), depicting the tree’s transformation through Japan’s four seasons. (Courtesy of Soho Nakano)

MUZEO Museum and Cultural Center in Anaheim
Carnegie Gallery, Complimentary Admission
Japanese Black & White Artist Soho Nakano
May 25 – August 11, 2019

“Sakura (Cherry Blossoms)” is an installation of 40 tapestries, each measuring 700x1950mm (approx. 27.5 x 77in), depicting the tree’s transformation through Japan’s four seasons.

Using just a single seiboku ink, Shizuoka-based black & white artist Soho Nakano masterfully presents an illusion of color in her paintings through a vivid array of shades.

The mashi paper, hand-crafted by traditional Japanese paper artisans in Fukui Prefecture, is utilized to its full potential with beautiful ink bleeds and nuanced tones.

Nakano paints her works in one sitting, with no prior sketching. We hope you enjoy her unique creations, brought forth through intense focus and skill.

MUZEO Museum and Cultural Center
241 S. Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805
info@muzeo.org  714-956-8936

Hours: Wednesday — Sunday:10am to 5pm / Monday— Tuesday: Closed
Admission is free for Carnegie Gallery exhibitions, and admission fees vary with each Muzeo Main Gallery exhibit.    http://muzeo.org

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