In Japan, a function has always been primary in the creation of an object. Its aesthetic beautify naturally follows or grows out of the function. Therefore beauty should be found especially in the objects of everyday life.

Presenting the work of local artists:

  • Mahoko Dahte – Roji (Japanese Tea Garden)
  • Seth Janofsky – Fine Woodworking in the Japanese Manner
  • Linda Mau – Ceramic Kimono: Studies in Rectangle
  • Michiko Shimoda – Contemporary Ikebana Vessels
  • Paul Wilson – Garden Sculpture

Oct. 14 – Nov. 20, 1999

Opening Reception Oct. 14, 1999