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Interplay and Boundaries: Cultural Fusions between Two and Three Dimensions

July 13 - September 1
Artists Yuko Yamamoto and Noboru Sawai are both expatriate artists from Japan. At first glance, they appear to differ, both in medium and expression. What both have in common is a transcultural experience, a life immersed in the arts and academic backgrounds.

Noboru Sawai was an esteemed printmaker who received training in both the United States and Japan, achieving global recognition with exhibitions spanning various countries, including Canada, Japan, Italy, and Israel.

Interdisciplinary artist Yuko Yamamoto conceives and practices creativity in many languages – paint, fiber, ancient ‘Yuzen’ woodblock print-making, text, and performance. Yuko believes it is in the process of being utterly honest, intense, and human, that art achieves authenticity. And this process illuminates for Yuko the fundamental desire to be a human being.

Venue

Cowichan Public Art Gallery
126 Ingram Street
Duncan, B.C. V9L 1N8 Canada
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Phone:
250 215-2823
Website:
cowichangallery.ca

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July 13
End:
September 1
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