WILLIAMSBURG SALON at the Amarin Café

Amarin Café

Modern Thai Cuisine — open daily
617 Manhattan Ave., Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Between Driggs Ave. and Nassau Ave. (G Train to Nassau Ave. or B61 bus)
718-349-2788


Yumiko Nolan

Yumiko Nolan

Yumiko Nolan

Yumiko Nolan

Sanae Maeda

Sanae Maeda

Sanae Maeda

Sanae Maeda

THE WILLIAMSBURG ART & HISTORICAL CENTER invites you to a two person show by members of the art club WAH SALON

Yumiko & Sanae

Paintings and 3D Digital Art
May 3 – June 28, 2009

Reception: Friday, May 8th, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

 

ARTIST’S STATEMENTS

How I feel about my art has changed over the last year. In my short career as a fine artist, I improved to be a better artist in terms of appreciating other people’s art, taking time and pride in my artwork, and never compromising if I am not satisfied.

I can express myself more in the form of art. It is very fortunate that I can do that and I appreciate all the teachers who helped me to grow.

—Yumiko Nolan

As an artist of Japanese descent, my work includes references to Buddhism. From birth to death we experience life through 3rd dimensional materialistic and spiritualistic phenomena. How can we set our spirits free from any kind of limitation (or how can we go beyond any kind of limitation), where we came from, where we will be going, these are my themes.

—Sanae Maeda