An open wish for the City.
From my new series, "Engimono" which will be unveiled in full at my solo exhibition in Koenji next week (please come if you are free, or check out our online sales page if you feel more comfortable staying in)
Erica Ward Solo Exhibition
at CLOUDS ART + COFFEE in Koenji Tokyo
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Online sales (7/28~8/2 only):
I am excited to announce that I will be holding a solo exhibition in July-August this year. 2020 has been a strange year for everyone, filled with lots of fears and uncertainties. I wanted to channel some positive and protective energy back into this year, and have created a series based on 'engimono,' symbols of celebration and good luck intertwined within the urban environment of an imaginary Tokyo. As we cautiously start venturing back into the city I would love if my paintings of manekineko, tai fish, daruma, omikuji and others can bring a smile and serve as omamori for better days to come.
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Pen and watercolor illustrator from the redwood forests of California now exploring the cement forest of Tokyo. Forever inspired by Japan.
Thanks, Trent Mcbride This one was completely absorbing to create.
If you are in the area come by the exhibition next week♪
If you are far away (and/or trying to stay home as much as possible, which is probably the safest idea) you can see the collection up on the gallery shop: https://cloudscoffee.theshop.jp/ from 7/29 till 8/2 :)