Tag Archives: Visual Art

Takashi Harada, ‘Elements of Nature/ Elementos de la naturale,’ Exhibition at Dyckman Farmhouse

Hours:
Thursday – Saturday
11am-4pm

Through December 15, 2018

Inwood local Japanese Painting Artist Takashi Harada showcases his NIHONGA artworks. He uses “NIHONGA” Japanese traditional painting technique to express atmospheric images from a natural habitat. Mid and small size artworks will be shown.

Takashi Harada, un artista de pintura local y japonés de Inwood, exhibe sus obras de arte de NIHONGA. Utiliza la técnica de pintura tradicional japonesa “NIHONGA” para expresar imágenes del hábitat natural. Se mostrarán obras de arte de tamaño mediano y pequeño.

Word Up Exhibition Opening: Reframing Immigration

Reframing Immigration is an exhibit featuring artwork—from artists across the United States—depicting the humanity within immigration. Artwork will be available for the community to purchase, and 100% of funds raised will benefit the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights (NMCIR). Please come to the reception and celebration to listen to local NYC artists singing and performing poetry to uplift what brings us together rather than what separates us. For more information, please email submissions@immigration2018@gmail.com or call/text 561-222-3998.

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Takashi Harada, ‘Elements of Nature/ Elementos de la naturale,’ Exhibition at Dyckman Farmhouse

Hours:
Thursday – Saturday
11am-4pm

Through December 15, 2018

Inwood local Japanese Painting Artist Takashi Harada showcases his NIHONGA artworks. He uses “NIHONGA” Japanese traditional painting technique to express atmospheric images from a natural habitat. Mid and small size artworks will be shown.

Takashi Harada, un artista de pintura local y japonés de Inwood, exhibe sus obras de arte de NIHONGA. Utiliza la técnica de pintura tradicional japonesa “NIHONGA” para expresar imágenes del hábitat natural. Se mostrarán obras de arte de tamaño mediano y pequeño.