Pick: Hinaya Kyoto Wearable Art/Fashion Show

October 9 - 11
Hinaya Kyoto Wearable Art/Fashion Show
Anderson O’Brien Fine Art Gallery
Countryside Village, 8724 Pacific Street
10 am – 5:00 pm
Appointments available: call Anne Fenner at 402.598.4898
http://www.hinaya-kyoto.com/
 
Akihiko Izukura’s chic, wearable art is known for its distinctively modern, yet traditional style inspired by ancient kimono techniques from Kyoto, Japan. They specialize in weaving and dyeing fabric with natural materials as well as their use of Kumiori, a braiding technique nearly lost in history. The large collection of exquisite hand-woven jackets and scarves, accented by bold and elegant artful twists, will be brought by Michiko Hoshi from New York City to Omaha’s Anderson O’Brien Fine Art Gallery October 9-11th to be available for viewing and purchase.

posted at 09:40 am
on Tuesday, October 09th, 2012

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