Opening in an hour is the 2011 Sakura Exhibition in Tokyo. Although I'm not sure what is going on. I haven't watched the news yet today, I was told there was another earthquake. My thoughts and prayers are with those who are suffering. If you would like to donate to the victims, you can purchase a beautiful poster on the Sakura website. All profit will be donated through The Japanese Red Cross Society.
This is the first time I've shown my work in Asia. I jumped at the invitation. I colored two of my drawings digitally using newer programs (not completely happy, have to get my old programs back). The files were to be sent digitally and printed out on location.
The show is displaying in New York City in June, you can read the details here. I'll be posting more information closer to the opening.
Tomorrow night at 6 p.m. there is an opening at Lovebird Studio in Rosendale, New York. Most of my originals are on display along with some newly presented prints. The other artists include Lea Sophie, Fionn Reilly, Scott Michael Ackerman, Al Ackerman, Paul Heath, and Amy Ackerman. 430 Main Street. Rosendale, New York. 6-11 p.m.
I'll be showing back in New York City at the end of April. Details TBA. I have shows scheduled on the west coast and out of the country later this Spring and Summer. Much work to be done.
And, here is a snap from Contrast. It went very well.