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Tag Archives: creativity
I continue Ihunke’s words.
He planned to do an exhibition in April in a mountain village in Iwate prefecture, where he lived for twenty years. It should be an exhibition to symbolize his new start. He should give up to do it as he planned. Continue reading
In the summer of 1993, Peter and I traveled to Würzburg Germany to visit his parents, who had the year before to retired to the homeland. He had made this trip many times in his childhood, and even spent a year in school. This was my first trip to Europe and only seen castles in photo books, I had no idea this experience would have such a strong influence on my creative expression and how my dormant Catholic roots were still very much alive. Continue reading
Northern Canadian Dolls Exhibit
‘Sewing our Traditions – Dolls of Canada North’
I am off to Whitehorse Yukon Territories next week via ferry and road (map) to visit an exhibit of dolls organized by the Yukon Arts Centre for the Vancouver Olympics. There is a blog for this exhibit that has some interviews with the doll makers. Continue reading