The "Humanizing the Quake" series, which I painted to work out my anguish after the disasters that assailed Japan on March 11.... (gosh, I still can't type those words without bursting into tears...), is currently on display at the Bolduc House Museum in Ste.Genevieve, Missouri (USA). The exhibit will continue till early February. It's part of an extensive, historical, earthquake-related exhibit. (click image to enlarge) Printed postcards of my etegami are for sale at the Museum Shop. Proceeds from the sale of these postcards will be used to help Japanese families who were forced to relocate as a result of the tsunami.
One of the images in this series was used for the "We're All Connected" T-shirt, the proceeds of which will also be going to support families affected by the 3.11 disasters. The t-shirt comes in many choices of size, style, and color. It's a beautiful, high-quality t-shirt and would make a lovely Christmas gift. : )
Thursday, December 8, 2011
museum exhibits my earthquake etegami
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Wow! What a great honor and well deserved. Your etegami is truly beautiful. Thank you for your comment on my matted ATCs. I usually do a dozen in a series. I hope you are well. Tsup!ReplyDelete
How wonderful on all accounts. Such a beautiful series. MargieReplyDelete
I still cry, too. Perhaps you've seen this already...ReplyDelete
Yes, @anchan, I have seen it, and I've been posting the link myself all over the place. Great video!!ReplyDelete
Congra~~~ts!!! Hope your work will lift up the quake victims and help fundraising.
Go, go, Debbie!!