he colors for PLACE are a reflection of my time spent in the Painted Hills region of the John Day Fossil Beds.
His designs invite a playful and participatory experience that brings attention to the spaces existing between objects, their uses, and their meanings.
Each life form is unique, funny, and content.
Each piece serves as a sort of sensory field note, cataloging the sights, sounds, smells, and textures of forest, beach, marsh, and pond.
Look once and then look again as time wiles away outside your purview.
New Color in the Times of Slow Coffee is the result of the asynchronous exploration they shared in a year otherwise defined by insularity and isolation.
Gifts from friends, objects collected while traveling, and family heirlooms infuse each piece with narrative, history and a quiet sense of familiarity.
Photographer and filmmaker Mako Miyamoto cultivates a world of his own creation in his latest exhibit: Jitaku. Making expert use of infrared color and character design, the artist captures epic landscapes as you’ve never seen them before.