Dec 16th Sun Live Digital Demo 3pm Dec 22nd Sat Live Analog Drawing Demo 3pm Both events are at Giant Robot 2 Gallery. 2062 Sawtelle Blvd LA, CA 90025 Seating is first come first served. Our event in July was overpacked, however our event last December was not! Katsuya Terada will answer questions while he draws, so if you have any, please ask away. Following the drawing session, he will also sign books. The December 16th event will follow his gallery opening the night before. We will make our best efforts to project the image of his iPad Pro workspace overhead. The December 22nd event will be a live drawing event. He will draw on a large sheet of paper. ...
This will be a fun exhibition of sketchbook pages. There will be many pages! Begins Dec 15th Sat 6:30-10pm. Back in Los Angeles for his solo exhibition at GR2 Gallery in West LAKey DatesDec 15th Sat Reception and Exhibition Begins 6:30-10pm.Dec 16th Sunday Live Digital Demo 3pmDec 22rd Saturday Live Analog Drawing Demo 3pmKatsuya Terada will be available to answer questions during his presentation and will gladly sign books and materials.
MOMO NO SEKKU/ 桃の節句(PEACH FESTIVAL) Exhibition - March 3 - March 21st. Reception 6:30-10pm GIRLS DAY or Hinamatsuri is a day which one of five seasonal milestones on the Japanese calendar. It was established from the Chinese Yin-Yang Five-Line theory. MOMO/ means peach, and peach blossom stands for longevity, also it was said that peach blossom ward off evil spirits. SEKKU/ SE: means the change of the season. KKU: means festival and offering. It’s a seasonal milestone that wishes a disease-free life, good harvest, prosperity of descendants, and warding off evil. Stella im Hultberg, Mari Inukai, Audrey Kawasaki, Nicolas Nemiri, Amy Sol, Katsuya Terada, Kent Williams, Yoskay Yamamoto at GR2 Gallery 2062 Sawtelle Blvd LA, CA 90025 Curated by Mari Inukai
I'm trying to write down certain key elements a day all in a post, regardless of magnitude. Both great and horrible things happen daily and they're not exclusive. So today, marks two events. Stephane Gauger director of The Owl and The Sparrow passed away. He'll be missed. I voted for the film to be Best Picture at the SF Int'l Asian American Film Festival years back. I painted over the little details by Katsuya Terada. In a way, sad to see them go, but so much more lies underneath these, so it's all ok.