it’s the 8th day of the 6th month, and time for more heARTwork by Yuri.
unlike our last month's featured pieces, there’s no particular medium showcased this time around. instead, we’ve selected a small diverse group featuring clamshells, wooden coasters, a ceramic plate, and papier-mâché masks.
aren’t these clamshells sweet? they’ve been sprayed with gold paint and illustrated in brightly-colored oils. we especially enjoy the one with the royal couple on it (upper right).
|clamshells with Japanese motifs|
these wooden coasters with fauna and flora are hand-painted with oils.
|wooden coasters with fauna and flora|
this ceramic plate was illustrated with red grapes hand-painted with acrylics.
|grapes on a ceramic plate|
and, finally, these are Yuri’s handmade papier-mâché masks. if you’re familiar with Japanese culture, you’ll recognize them as they are often featured in Noh plays.
|upper class woman|
remember, you can check out Yuriko’s heARTwork in oils at this website:
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