The Fish Don't Talk About the Water
Featuring: Ikebana Works by Yuko Inoue Darcy
1.29 - 2.28
Opening Reception Friday, January 29. 7PM-10PM.
Form ≠ Function
Janet Yoon on the work of Christalena Hughmanick
...Taking from the purely functional, Hughmanick looks to familiar methods and forms – didactic and traditional – to maneuver a way to less concrete conclusions. For this artist, to dwell in the unknown and the incalculable is just as fulfilling as a finished quilt or a full night of rest. Not unlike the Amish who master their handmade crafts as a means to live a life that is centered on God, Hughmanick also seeks to enter a realm of the sublime...
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Yuko Inoue Darcy
Yuko Inoue Darcy is an instructor of the Ohara School of Ikebana. She teaches and exhibits nationally and internationally. In the Chicago area, Yuko teaches at the Evanston Art Center, the Japanese American Service Committee, and at her home studio in Lincoln Park. Yuko travels to Japan annually to participate in master classes, workshops, and exhibitions. Currently, she is working towards a First Associate Master Certificate from the Ohara School of Ikebana. Yuko holds a MA in Comparative Literature from Washington University in St. Louis.
IN COLLABORATION WITH FERNWEY EDITIONS
VARIATION ON PROJECTION, 2016
15" x 11"
edition of 12