Wisdom in Edo

Edo was the name for 17th to 19th century Tokyo, Japan. Although life was very primitive then, people loved art, music, performance, textile and food. They lived simply, yet knew what was enough to make them happy and feel at peace. Their wisdom, creativity, and hard work are reminders of how to live everyday life sincerely in our century.

WISDOM OF WATER, 2016

Woodcut, Silkscreen, and Linoleum cut

96" x 137-1/4”

CITIES IN CHECKERS, 2017

Woodcut

94” x 91-1/2”

ECOLOGY IN EDO (Study from Ogata Korin), 2011

Woodcut, Monoprint, Silkscreen & Linoleum cut

81” x 162”

AQUA COSMOS IN EDO (Study from Ogata Korin), 2011

Woodcut & Monoprint

81” x 162”

Installation view

Joan Derryberry Art Gallery, 2014

Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee

LETTER FOR PEACE CONFERENCE, 2012

Woodcut and Linoleum cut on folded and opened paper

45-1/2” x 98”

LETTER FOR SEASON’S GREETING, 2012

Woodcut and Linoleum cut on folded and opened paper

45” x 95”

                Installation view

                The Fine Arts Gallery, 2018

 College of Southern Nevada, North Las Vegas, Nevada