konnichi-wa, heARTists and heART lovers worldwide.
|a 60's holiday party starring Yuri|
it’s 8th day of the 12th month and nearly the end of 2017. with our focus on completing the War Brides of Japan documentary film, we’ve decided to change our scheduled posts for 2018.
look for us quarterly on these dates:
since Yuri’s birthday is April 8 and Buddha’s is celebrated that same day in many Asian countries, too, we’ll keep our 8th day theme, but only post quarterly.
meanwhile, in honor of the holidays, we present some of Yuri’s culinary and decorative heARTwork below.
|xmas dinner of homemade vegan lumpia, collard greens, inarizushi, corn, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce & salad|
|Yuri made these cut-out clothes from origami paper & hung them with mini clothespins|
|she hung them on cut pine branches along with other handmade trinkets|
|pines are considered lucky in Japanese culture as pine trees live a long time|
|Yuri cut out these images from colorful magazines...|
|...then hung them with tiny dolls on pine branches|
|she also loved to wrap gifts...|
|...and add simple decorations around the house...|
|like this poinsettia|
|Muffin welcomes guests at the gate where Yuri's handmade wreath hangs|
|sometimes Muffin wasn't exactly attentive to her duties|
|another of Yuri's handmade wreaths hangs outside near the front door|
and here are the usual links to our War Brides of Japan documentary film:
youtube 88.1 Fresno interview
vimeo behind-the-scenes trailer
youtube behind-the-scenes trailer
vimeo pre-production trailer
youtube pre-production trailer
war brides of Japan websites:
war brides of Japan news:
international examiner 2
war brides of Japan Facebook:
war brides of Japan LinkedIn:
how they learned to forgive and love the enemy
making love, not war
those bad ass brides!
war brides of Japan Twitter:
war brides of Japan G+:
war brides of Japan blogs:
on the road
a war bride's artwork:
Yuri’s Fans Forever