That's Cassia Lupo and Yusei Abe who are the artists in attendance for In Flux. It was their opening and and I have to thank them for working hard to create work for everyone to enjoy, judge, and ponder. I love seeing new faces who have come to support their friends. We have tiny milestones every so often and if I'm was lucky to have hosted one for some artists tonight, then that's cool. On top of the opening, I spent part of the day cleaning up. I'm a horrible organizer and I'm trying to work on this just a little bit.
I'm unsure if this is how it's going to be, but it's busy today. Is it because of the MLK weekend. I'm also thinking this weekend is really the first weekend that people are accepting that 2018 is here and it's time to get going on whatever you're into doing. Also the In Flux exhibition is now hung on the wall. It's great to see the art of drawing by these four artists! We'll see more on that at the opening tomorrow. And Tamilyn Tomita came by!
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.