Learn about these up and coming events:
Fish and Noh Masks on Suminagashi promises to be another
stimulating workshop from Hiroshi Yamamoto.
You will learn how to combine suminagashi patterns with sumi-e ink painting such as this
fish on suminagashi.
Noh mask on suminagashi.
Noh masks are used in classical
Noh Japanese theatre.
You will want to be at this innovative workshop!
When: Saturday, October 13th, 9:30 am to noon.
Where: Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
Cost: $20 for members. $30 for guests. Cash, debit, credit or cheque.
More information: A meeting of the executive follows.
Pick up your invitation fliers for our show.
Looking Back to September: The Beautiful Fur of Cats workshop by Roslyn Levin showed us how to paint something very common but challenging - fur. The Sumi-e Ink Happening hosted by the Japanese Paper Place taught many people new to sumi-e the fascination of this art.
Looking Forward to Saturday and Sunday, November 10th and 11th: It's our annual sumi-e painting exhibition! If you are contributing paintings or cards, see the letter sent to you about submissions to this show. Also, help us out by contributing your time or your cooking. We love to put on shows of sumi-e art, and hundreds of art lovers come to see this unique show, but it requires a lot of effort.
Remembering our last exhibition, Sumi-e Artists of Canada 2017 Show.
Roslyn Levin is exhibiting her paintings in the 2018 Autumn Art Sale at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
When: Friday, October 19th to Sunday, October 21st.
Time: 10:00 am 5:00 pm.
Opening Reception: Friday, October 19th, 6:00 - 10:00 pm.
Where: McMichael Canadian Art Collection