Only eleven days remain to visit the "Echoes of Heritage" exhibit, featuring the artwork of 74-year-old artist Tadashi Hayakawa. It's a huge exhibit, with almost 100 works available to view. There are four distinct themes throughout the display, each inspired by the landscape and culture of Japan.
Wondering why so many themes? Tadashi Hayakawa responds, "I found our culture is so wide, so deep, and there are so many different aspects. The “Spirit of Sumi” theme is almost all black and white with a touch of red, a symbol of our culture, but very simple. On the other hand, the “Celebration” theme has beautiful colors. But still is the Japanese culture. Beautiful colors, strong colors, bright colors – that’s ours. Here is the black and white – that’s also ours. So that’s why I thought it’s good to have four sections – even that may not be enough."
We hope you enjoy this virtual tour! If you have any questions about the artwork or artist, we'd be delighted to help. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the gallery at 303.388.7420 (toll free 800.668.9522).
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