Art Show Update

Due to popular demand (not really, but I’ve always wanted to say that), my art show has been extended! Instead of taking them down today as originally planned, my art will continue to be displayed at Drygoods Design through the month of February. The pieces that have sold will go to their lovely new owners next week (7 out of the 12 sold, and I even got a couple of commissions, which is amazing), and we will donate the proceeds from those sales to the Sandy Hook Elementary School Support Fund. The remaining few pieces will stay up, and I may even be able to add a new one or two in the very near future.

The two above are papercuts that sold (with the stunningly original names of “Cut 1” and “Cut 2“) and they were displayed in this awesome sewing studio:

Where they have charming touches like these (little sewing kits! love ’em!):

And here are a couple of others that have sold…

Kansha, which means gratitude in Japanese. Embroidered linen stitched onto canvas. 10″x10″

Kumori (Cloudy skies), acrylic and embroidery on linen canvas. 8″x8″

The three digital prints of my watercolor/gouache patterns also got snapped up and you can sort of see them here  (it’s the second to last image and they are resting on the couch). Drygoods will be posting the other available pieces on their website some time soon and I’ll keep you informed! And if you’re in the Seattle area, you can still check out at least some of the pieces (and possibly new ones) through the end of February. Hurray!


4 thoughts on “Art Show Update

  1. Oh Sanae – these are so beautiful! So much intricate work in both the paper cut and hand stitched art. Just stunning. I will be looking forward to DryGood Designs making the rest available on their website – thanks for letting us know!

  2. Stunning! I especially love Kansha, so natural and raw and perfectly imperfect. I can’t help but imagine it as a quilt! I can’t wait to see the other pieces.

  3. Aw man! I was up in Seattle earlier this week and so wish I could’ve made it to Dry Goods. Alas, it was for work and I had no car. NEXT TIME. Love your art.

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