Two NYC based Japanese Painting Artists, Kaé Sato and Takashi Harada, exhibit their artworks at local office space in Inwood, Manhattan. The artists use “NIHONGA” Japanese traditional painting technique to resonate images beyond the cultural boundaries. Mid and small size artworks will be shown.
This Exhibition is also a part of "The 17th Uptown Arts Stroll 2019" which is a month long art event happens during of June throughout the upper Manhattan area by Northern Manhattan Arts alliance.
The New Heights Realty
634 W 207th St, New York, NY 10034
June 3 – 28, 2019
Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm
Sat 10:30am - 3pm
Morpeth Contemporary is pleased to present the paintings of artists Takashi Harada and Kaé Sato, along with the sculpture of John McDevitt.
Introduced to the gallery by fellow artist and mentor Makoto Fujimura, Harada and Sato both practice Nihonga. Nihonga—literally meaning “Japanese painting”—developed in about 1900 to differentiate Japanese works from Western style paintings. It is often characterized by its materials, including: natural pigments derived from minerals, shells, corals, and even semi-precious stones; metals like gold and silver leaf; and the use of “sumi” ink, wood, silk, and paper.
May 4 - 25, 2019
Artworks inqireries, please contact
43 W Broad St, Hopewell
New Jersey 08525
Inwood local artist, Kae Sato, exhibits “NIHONGA” Japanese traditional paintings with nature related theme. In this exhibition titled Odyssey, she explores and celebrates the long history and memories of life of all animals, insects, plants, and atmosphere which surround us. This Exhibition is also a part of "Uptown Arts Stroll 2018" which is a month long art event during of June happens throughout the upper Manhattan area by Northern Manhattan Arts alliance.
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
4881 Broadway, New York, NY 10034
May 31 – August 26, 2018
Thursday – Saturday: 11am – 4pm, Sunday: 11am – 3pm
This is a rare opportunity to experience historical & traditional technique of NIHONGA Japanese painting.
See it's materials in person at the artist's studio.
For your personal studio visit please contact the artist by clicking the button below!
NIHONGA workshop is going to happen on Saturday June 15, 2019 1:00pm - 3:00pm, at Sato Sakura Gallery in Chelsea, Manhattan!!!