Timeless: Nature in Black and White
Tyler Boley, Raymond Gendreau, Colleen Meacham, Mary Randlett, Ken Smith, and Kay Walsh.
Ken Smith, Laughing Reeds 9, 2009. Carbon pigment ink on paper on panel, 14 x 18 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.
Simple form is the hardest to achieve. Reid Ozaki’s pure, sculptural ceramic vessels have been displayed across the country, including the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution.
Nature on Paper: Elizabeth Smith and Fumiko Kimura
Elizabeth Smith’s meticulously detailed pen-and-ink drawings become a portrait of a tree – not just any tree, but a specific tree. Fumiko Kimura unites her training in both Japanese and Western art, calligraphy and collage.