Hannie Goldwicht’s work celebrates her love of mixing materials to create beauty
“My childhood in Costa Rica had a tremendous influence and it comes through with my love of natural materials and organic design. It was on a trip to Argentina that I first came across pine needle basketry and began learning the technique from a master fiber artist. I always strive to give character and beauty to each piece I make by infusing them with my love of form and design.”
Come see Goldwicht’s phenomenal styles at Los Altos Rotary Fine Art in the Park May 20th and 21st.
Michele Yamaguma creates mixed media collages using Japanese washi, art papers, leaves, bamboo, paint, and threads. These original pieces have traditional themes with a contemporary touch. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Michele doodled her way into graphic arts as a college major. Her extensive travels, the environment, and the mood she wishes to evoke are what serve as her inspiration. Michele has been bringing her art to festivals and exhibitions throughout the U.S. since 1990. A portfolio sampling and event information can be found on her website: www.micheleyamaguma.com
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Please welcome Michele to Los Altos Rotary Art in the Park on May 14th and 15th!