Keiji Shinohara: Interpretations in Woodcut

Wednesday August 28, 1996 - Wednesday October 16, 1996
Keiji Shinohara: Interpretations in Woodcut

Fall 1996 Fall 1996

Keiji Shinohara, Taichi's Garden III, 1995, woodcut (photo: Phil)
Bill Johnston, Keiji Shinohara at Work in His Wesleyan Studio and Keiji Shinohara Using a "Baren," 1996

In Keiji Shinohara's work after his own designs and in his woodcuts translating works by such artists as Close, Balthus, and Scully, the artist demonstrates a virtuosity resulting from years of training in the Japanese ukiyo-e woodcut tradition.

Elke Pessl (B.A. Wesleyan 1997) curated the exhibition, which traveled to the Worcester Art Museum. She and the artist presented an "Art à la Mode" gallery talk on Tuesday 17 September 1996. A catalog is still available.

Wednesday 28 August - Wednesday 16 October 1996