Friday Feb 7, 2014
Curated by Deborah Gavel, this exhibit features the fine art of flower arranging with pieces ranging from paper and ink to wood and oils.
IKEBANAFebruary 1-28th, 20145G Gallery1715 5th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102Curated by Deborah Gavel, Ikebana: Japanese meaning, the fine art of flower arranging. Ikebana is a disciplined art form in which nature and humanity are brought together through the art of flower arranging. The hand of the artist is seen in relationship to natural materials-graphite, paper and ink, chocolate, clay, wood, and oils. Deborah Gavel, paintingsJeff Krueger, ceramic 3D workKris Mills, beaded piecesEmi Ozawa, sculpturesBrooke Steiger, collagesPeter Voshefski, paintingsChelsea Wrightson, drawings on woodOpening Reception February 1st, Saturday 6-9Tea Ceremony Sunday afternoons during the month 11:30-12:30pm