Thu 2/7-Sat 3/16
The Harris-Stanton Gallery, in Cleveland’s Warehouse District, opens a new show featuring the work of two contemporary Asian artists.
Yuji Haratsuka works in intaglio printmaking and the French Chine-collé process in which the artist creates a print which is then bonded to a heavier surface. His works feature scenes of every-day life. Hui-Chu Ying combines printmaking (etching, screen printing) with various other media including painting drawing, sewing and collage. She draws her imagery from religious books and symbols of life and healing.
The show opens with a reception Thu 2/7 from 5:30-8pm at which Meg Stanton will introduce the artists for a brief artist’s talk toward the middle of the reception. The show remains on view through Sat 3/16.