Thursday, October 28, 2010

Nihonga Demo at Asian Art Museum

"Asagao", 2010, 10"x13.5", Sumi-ink, Japanese pigments on paper

Fumiyo Yoshikawa will give demonstrations
Japanese Painting with traditional materials and method.

Time and Date: 12-4pm
Thursday through Sunday, 11/11-11/21(except 11/13)

Friday, July 23, 2010


Fumiyo's print "Crawling Babies" is a part of a group show "Mischief" at STUDIO Gallery.
Opening Reception: Sunday, July 25th, 2-6pm
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Sunday, June 27, 2010

ACCI National Juried Exhibition

Fumiyo Yoshikawa will be an exhibitor for ACCI National Juried Exhibition.

1652 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94709
Phone: 510-843-2527
Show Dates: July 9- August 21, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday, July 9, 6-8pm

Monday, June 7, 2010

Sumi-e Workshop with Fumiyo Yoshikwa

Japanese Brush Painting, "Sumi-e" Workshop
with Fumiyo Yoshikawa

Location: Studio 225
1021 Broadway, San Pablo, CA 94806
Time: Saturday and Sunday, 7/10, 11
11:00 am -5:00pm
Tuition: $150
Material Cost: paper, shikishi-paper, etc about $10
Basic tools (brush, ink stone, sumi-ink stick, etc) are rented for free.
Up to 6 people

Register by 7/2
Contact: 415-786-7671

Friday, May 7, 2010

SFMOMA Artist Gallery Special Event

17th Annual Artists Warehouse Sale

Place: Artist Gallery at Fort Mason
Period: Wednesday, May 5- Sunday, May 9, 2010

Thursday, May 6, 2010


Fumiyo and Toru will join East Bay Open Studios 2010.

Time: The first and the second weekends of June. 6/5-6 and 12-13
Place: Our studio #225, 1021 Broadway, San Pablo, CA94806
Please call at 415.505.1564 for more info.

Preview at Richmond Art Center, May 11-June 12
Artist Reception at Richmond Art Center, May 22, 3-5pm

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Skin Deep

One of Fumiyo's work will be a part of the following exhibition.

Place: The Art Center/ Western Colorado Center for the Arts
1803 N. 7th Street Grand Junction, CO 81501 970-243-7337

Date: February 25 - March 13

Exhibition Title: Skin Deep

Synopsis: Revisiting and Redefining Portraiture & Figurative Works
highlighting works from the permanent collection of the Art Center plus 9 invited artists

“Skin Deep” was conceived in one day while contemplating how the figure and portrait can be used to convey meaning outside the academic drawing room. The choices were made by looking at artists taking radical material shifts or using the figure as a form of communication. The permanent collection of The Art Center was the first to be mined for varied ways in which artists use the face or the body, and then there was the decision of what or who is not being represented.

As always The Art Center tries to build on the past and look to the future with diverse age groups, cultural and economic backgrounds that draw genres of representing that go beyond taste. Ideas of classical representation, abstraction, pop culture, folklore, family and religious iconography are all present in an exhibit that only shows a snapshot of the amazing ideas of the valley’s figurative preoccupation.

Artist’s work selected from the permanent collection are T R. Braithwaite, Cecilia Cardman, Karl Nicholason, Mark Miltz, Camille Silverman and Fumiyo Yoshikawa. Invited artists work are Gayle Gerson, Sharyn Carter, Jessica Fisk, Charles Hardy, Don Hartman, Karly Koster, Bev Lee, Luis Lopez, and Terry Shepherd.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Happy Valentine's Day!

Fumiyo Yoshikawa, 1998, "Color of Heart 1" 35"x35" Nihonga pigments, sumi ink on paper.

Have a Happy Valentine's Day!