I love doing sumi here. In the states, most people have no idea what suminagashi is, and if they do it’s usually along the lines of “Oh sure, my kid did that one day in kindergarten.” While I love that suminagashi is such an easy and accessible art form, it’s a little like telling a painter that your kid enjoys finger painting… 🙄 Here, everyone actually knows what it is! And they’re at least polite enough to comment on the difficulty involved 😂
We just got back from an emotional 3 day trip to Hiroshima. Here are a few photographs of the children’s memorial, where people from all over the world send chains of folded peace cranes. For more pictures of our trip, follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/babayagahouse/
Title image for our upcoming show, sort of like a sneak peak…
Scroll to the bottom or follow them on Facebook to see the guest artists!
Check out Miriam’s Well for poetry, thoughts and photos of our short journey from Hawaii to Tokyo and eventually to Studio Kura-https://miriamswell.wordpress.com/
Hanging out in Tokyo before we get down to business in Fukuoka!
‘Petroglyph- Portrait of a Traveler’
Follow along on my instagram, https://www.instagram.com/babayagahouse/, for more photos of our trip to Japan!
Miriam Sagan and I have been invited to do a month long artist residency at Studio Kura in Japan! Follow their blog for updates on our adventures, and expect some photos here!
Studio Kura’s website: https://studiokura.info/en/