Journeys and Transformations: Four Japanese Artists in Victoria

August 13 – August 24, 2002

Legacy Maltwood (at Mearns Centre – McPherson Library)

The expression of four Japanese artists’ perception of journey as a transformative experience and tool. Each of the artists have come to Canada for different reasons and works individually.

About the Artists:

Yumie Kono’s paintings and drawings probe into the essence of nature. Harumi Ota is a potter who works with in a variety of clays and glazes, both traditional and modern. Tad Suzuki is a painter whose icons are the empty spaces of the interiors and exteriors of the city. Yoko Takashima works in video installation, manipulating photographic and sound imagery.