Sponsored by: Consulate General of Japan in New York
Standing in the Japanese Gallery, celebrating the art of flower Hideko Endo artists in Japan, “flower of flowers and dyed Brocade,” an exhibition entitled will be held. “Dyed flowers” are stained with one brush and one cut to the shape of petals and leaves a white cloth, a real flower is formed by iron shed. Endo-dyed hues of flowers make elegant, and simply represent the natural feel and beauty of flowers. Dye and is built up by its own distinctive approach, delight the eyes and hearts of the audience. The “flower of Brocade”, pull out the picture produced in Nishijin, Kyoto Banned <Without the picture> as weaving, flower fabrics made from the original expression of Endo claiming it as a pattern. Japanese traditional materials (mats, lanterns, Brocade) will be arranged in the following exhibit was fabricated using. Is an exhibition of haute couture full flower by hand.Please enjoy the flowers blooming in the world there is only one bright winter. Hideko Endo met Art Flower triggered by loss of vision in left eye in an accident, he begin to flower Miyuki art since 1995. Flower Artist Association instructor, Shihan Miyuki studio. Gregory studied with relish in Germany. Currently, organized a school art Radiant Flower in Kyoto. As for Dyed flowers, each petal of every flower is made one at a time in a long, tedious process of cutting and ironing to shape, making Hideko ‘s exhibits a type of neo-haute couture. As for Brocade flowers, richly decorative brocades used in the show, some incorporating metallic threads, were woven in Nishijin, Kyoto; a tradition that dates back to 1573. The gold thread was weaved into patterns giving an elegant and classy appearance, a trademark style of Hideko Endo. Traditional Japanese materials are used to create the flower vases. The vases are also handmade from tatami mats, paper lanterns and brocades.
When: December 1 – 7, 2011
Time: 10:00 am-6: 00 pm (Mon-Fri) 10:00 am-5: 00pm (Sat) Closed on Sundays
Where: The Nippon Gallery,
145 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019
Contact: Info @ Nipponclub . Org / (212) 581-222
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