When I visited the Mount Iō in Hokkaido, Japan earlier this year I discovered an interesting phenomena. The area as you can see has evidence of a volcanic activity, there is hot bubbling water, steaming holes and yellow sulfur everywhere. Since it was in February, snow was covering the mountain, and what I saw at… Read More Ice near volcano.
This year I went to an art residency in Japan. For 3 month I lived mainly in Yamanashi, Kofu city, but visited Tokyo, Kamakura, Toyokawa and Kyoto. Since the day one I was writing notes about strange things that I was coming across in Japan, things I found unusual or never saw before. This post… Read More Notes about Japan
And then again, Smiling, crying, singing, yelling, jumping, sleeping, yawning, driving … Dreaming, reading, smelling, running, watching, hiding, knowing, laughing… People loving, people saving, smiling, smiling, smiling smiling… Photographing people’s feelings, saving, posting, smiling, smiling…
I love looking at people, watch what they are doing, where they are going, why they are laughing… I like to take pictures of people too. But most of the time I am too shy to ask and not prepared to hear the refusal. So most of my pictures are takes spontaneously from far away (thanks… Read More Portrait of 2013. Part 1
A Very Small Part of Something Very Big Solo show, collaboration Dates: November 11 – 17, 2013 Reception, life performance: November 16, 2 – 3.30 pm Location: Kofy City Hall, Kofu, Yamanashi, Japan Today is the beginning of one of the most important to me shows. “A very small part of something very big” is… Read More Solo show in Kofu City Hall, Japan 11.2013
вик I feel immense sadness when thinking about the Japanese disaster of March 2011. There are so many of my friends who came from Japan or have relatives there. I was very worried for them. I am so glad I found some ways to help. I am donating a piece of my artwork, the etching… Read More ART for Japan Fundraiser Benefit