Australia-Japan Society (Tasmania) Inc.

タスマニア豪日協会

Official opening: Kyoto to nipaluna (Hobart) – Water, Fire, Earth and Nature

  • 28 Mar 2019
  • 5:30 PM
  • Schoolhouse Gallery at Rosny Farm Arts Centre, Rosny Hill Road, Rosny Park 7018

The Mayor of Clarence Ald Doug Chipman invites you to the opening of:

Kyoto to nipaluna (Hobart) – Water, Fire, Earth and Nature

Artists: Aoi Kusudo, Richard Clements, Jemma Clements & Linda Chee

Aoi Kusudo is from Kyoto, Japan's most traditional city. Aoi produces beautiful and whimsical illustrations using the ancient technique Tarashikomi (meaning "dripping in") in a contemporary way. Since visiting Tasmania in 2018, Aoi has begun to collaborate with Tasmanian artists who are, like her, working with the great power of Nature: Water, Fire, Earth and Native Plants.

Featuring the work of Richard Clements and Jemma Clements (Fire and Earth – glass artists), and Linda Chee (Fire, Water and Native Plants – Eco Natural Dyer).

To be opened at 5.30pm Thursday 28th March 2019

Schoolhouse Gallery at Rosny Farm Arts Centre
Rosny Hill Rd
Rosny Park
03 6217 9607
rosnyfarm@ccc.tas.gov.au

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