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Hiroyuki Tajima
Scarlet Monument
Paul Jacoulet
Danses D'Okesa. Sado, Japon. (Dance of Okesa. Sado, Japan.)
Paul Jacoulet
Le Bossu. Otaru, Hokkaido. (The Hunchback. Otaru, Hokkaido.)
Paul Jacoulet
Les Pasteques Jo-Hoku-Ri, Corée. (The Water Melons. Jo-Hoku-Ri, Korea.)
Paul Jacoulet
Une Histoire Tres Drôle. Mongols. (A Very Funny Story. Mongols.)
Paul Jacoulet
Marchand De Sel. Corée. (Salt Merchant. Korea.)
Paul Jacoulet
Le Maitre Potier. Corée. (The Master Potter. Korea.)
Paul Jacoulet
Les Vieux Manuscrits. Corée Séoul. (The Old Writings. Soeul, Korea.)
Paul Jacoulet
Coucher de Soleil a Menado. Celebes. (Sunset in Menado. Celebes.)
Paul Jacoulet
Marionettes Chinoises. Chinois. (Chinese Puppets. Chinese.)
Paul Jacoulet
M. Keen et M. Lee. Séoul, Corée. (Mr. Keen and Mr. Lee. Seoul, Korea.)
Paul Jacoulet
Les Joueurs. Chinois. (The Gamblers. Chinese.)
Paul Jacoulet
Le Repas des Mendiants. Séoul, Corée. (The Beggars' Meal. Seoul, Korea.)
Paul Jacoulet
La Lettre Du Fils ou La Demanade D'Argent. Séoul, Corée. (The Son's Letter or The Request For Money. Seoul, Korea.)
Paul Jacoulet
L'Homme Qui Ecrit. Chinois. (The Writer. Chinese.)
Paul Jacoulet
La Soupe Aux Huitres. Chinois. (Oyster Stew. Chinese.)
Paul Jacoulet
La Balance. Chinois. (The Scale. Chinese.)
Keegan Adams
Complications
Rana Abdel Elghany
Food 3
Johnny Friedlaender
Au Grand Matin
Johnny Friedlaender
Le Grand Paysage

EXHIBITIONS


Hiroyuki Tajima

Japanese (1911–1984)

Exhibition runs February 4th - 27th, 2016
First Thursday Opening Reception: February 4th, 6-8PM

Hiroyuki Tajima is best known for his luminous abstract woodblock prints with broad areas of rich, dense color.  While his execution was certainly inspired by western art movements, the spirit of his work is nonetheless based on the ideals of East Asian calligraphy, traditional Japanese painting structure, and a sense of space derived partly from his Zen Buddhist beliefs.  The bold compositions tempered with the solemnity of balance and distillation of form results in works imbued with a sublime presence and meditative spirit.

Johnny Friedlaender

(German, 1912–1992)

Exhibition runs February 4th - 27th, 2016
First Thursday Opening Reception: February 4th, 6-8PM

Gotthard Johnny Friedlaender was born in Pless, Prussian Silesia, as the son of a pharmacist. He attended the Academy of Arts (Akademie der Bildenden Kunste) in Breslau, where he studied under Otto Mueller and graduated as a master student in 1928.  With a consistent interest in expressing emotion, Friedlaender’s compositions can be seen as visual poems, open to interpretation and welcoming the viewer to interact and react with each one differently.

Student International Small Print Show 2016

This exhibition will feature more than a 100 small works from emerging printmakers from around the world, including but not limited to Brazil, Australia, Egypt, Indonesia, Mexico, India, Taiwan, South Korea, Italy, Bangladesh, Japan, Spain, Poland, and the United Kingdom.

Paul Jacoulet

(French, 1902–1960)

Paul Jacoulet is renowned for his stunningly intricate designs, his eloquently romantic subjects and his complex printing techniques. In Jacoulet’s best work, images of the most extravagantly aristocratic exoticism stand beside spare studies of the very poor.  This balance of sentiment and objectivity, spiced by imagination, is the life work of an eccentric and passionate artist who was influenced by both the East and West, yet stands firmly and defiantly outside of both traditions.

Exhibiton runs February 4th - 27th, 2016.
First Thursday Opening Reception: February 4th, 6-8PM.

Below are works currently on exhibition.  Click here for a full listing of available works by Jacoulet.