with Mayumi Amada
Mayumi Amada brings her Japanese cultural roots forward through evolving traditional crafts into contemporary artworks. Her delicate use of materials arouses complex and personal relationships to conservation of water, reduction of waste, and generational stewardship of the environment. Amada uses traditionally innocuous crafts, such as crocheting, origami and the recycling of materials to bring about quiet and profound existential meaning. See page 4 for upcoming classes with Mayumi.
Exhibition coming this Fall at White Bear Center for the Arts’ new Ford Family Gallery!