NP is presenting original wooden dolls from 1940~1990 from all around the continents from Africa and South East Asia. The Dolls were collected by one of the travelers during his 20's but now he has Alzheimer's. That caused him not remembering his collections, his wife decided to donate to us for good cause. We are exhibiting these fabulous pieces of art for fundraising. Please come and enjoy it!
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Collective African CuLture
The collection of African dolls are going to be presented on the weekend of Oct. 3rd 2020 through Oct. 4th day time on Sunday. These were purchased from a traveler who traveled around many different wooden sculptures around Africa. Martin M. Lee, who has managed these collections recently is offering public exhibitions in our studio and the opportunity to purchase the item to support charities.
Rare hand craft carpentry dolls from Africa to South East Asia. Collector was a traveler when he was young. But he has alzheimer so his wife donated to us to sell them for the good cause. We are planning to sell for donating to charity event. Small ones from $10 to biggest $500. It will be displayed until exhibition time ~oct. 4th. Text me for address to visit due to covid 19 we are scheduling visits. Thank you.
The purpose of ethics for Aristotle is simply to find the ultimate purpose of human life, once again demonstrating his emphasis on teleology.
I believe that Artwork from professional artists with depth has a deeper meaning has the most value when it is displayed to the world. We would like to invite cafes, real estates, the restaurant who want to brighten up their wants to contribute their space for the artist to showcase their work.
COLLABORATION WITH PROFESSIONAL CURRENT CRAFTERS and ARTIST
Souls of Carpentry collaborates with Moqu, the modern high-end modular furniture also was build from master carpenter from Japan.
Moqu was presented in various furniture show such as DWELL SHOW. Moqu was developed and design by professional industrial designers, John Kim and Satoshi Sakanoue.
Someday Somewhere were inspired by minimalism and East Asian landscape painting. Kang
simplified the idea by creating abstract objects of varying geometric shapes. Through stitching and
painting, she produced fascinating topographic features. Ideally, the shapes depict natural elements
in landscapes. Therefore, one can connect with the artist’s imagination of the transformations in
topographic features. Kang uses stitches to indicate the changes in contours in the landscape. They
are so visible that one can easily notice their pattern throughout the artwork. Similarly, the choice of
colors and shapes on the ground represents the various objects from the places of her imagination
and dream. Kang also utilizes different stitching techniques to depict different themes in the
Da Young Kang is a South Korean-based painter and installation artist who often uses soft materials
to create geometric and three-dimensional work. In her works, there is a great representation of
productions that can be viewed in a simpler and clearer way. The works also consist of repetition
and illusionistic views in its production. Kang simplified the idea by creating abstract objects of varying
geometric shapes. Kang uses stitches to indicate the changes in contours in the landscape. They are
so visible that one can easily notice their pattern throughout the artwork. Da Young Kang ‘s work has
been exhibited in the Master of Art International, Chelsea Gallery, London in 2015 and rewarded for
Art District Scene
Art District Art and Fish gave opportunity to present artists work initially. It was held 2019 with three of our artists: Artist Shibata, Kang, and Hong