The artists: Atsuko McCallum, Emy Oikawa, Hiro Ogata, Tomoyo Gibson, Takako Masuyama & Masako K Styles
“OKONOMI-YA” is a group exhibition held by artists and crafters in Wellington who are originally from Japan or have Japanese heritage. Each artist has their own style even though their origin is the same; some maintain a traditional Japanese style, while others are heavily inspired by New Zealand culture.
Their works include origami earrings, clay art, illustration, Japanese dolls, plants, and more.
My latest exhibition "Lovers" is a visual showcase that documents the images I've created over the last 18 months. A window into how I view and experience life.
JGS brings you six days of local creative goodness for all your Christmas gift needs and more…
JGS 2020 - including good stuff from:
genevieve packer / melissa boardman / double happy! hot sauces / galit maxwell pottery / baron hasselhoff’s chocolates / crafted by lori / forest drawn / moonrise yarn co / hm x hm / sam keer spoons / krat / julie & jack / gael / retro tonic / philly cowdrey designs / leafy greens / jackelope treasures / nana glamour / anna venture cushions / tutu / ngaere mackinnon / two minute needles / simply kawakawa / snaxpax / good girl ceramics / and a few more…