I will be participating this weekend in an art sale to benefit relief efforts in Japan. Artists For Japan has been organized by a number of Seattle artists with connections to Japan. All artwork, paintings, drawings, calligraphy, sumi-e, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, prints and more has been donated. No commissions are being paid, and all the hard costs for the event have been donated. All proceeds will go to the Red Cross.
The sale is being held at Kobo at Higo, a remarkable and historic gallery space in Seattle’s International District. You can read about the history of Higo and why it is such an important part of the community here.
The piece I am donating is from Drawings in Dust II, and is created with powdered pigment and water on paper. You can see more in the series in the post below.
Hope to see you this weekend!
Saturday March 26, 12pm – 8pm
Sunday, March 27, 12pm – 5 pm
KOBO at HIGO
604 South Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Noni Boyle says
My friend Jane Evans sent me the link to your website and I have been looking at your work for several days. It is really lovely – so evocative and poetic.