Please join us The DUMBO 1st Thursdays Gallery Walk
on Thursday, July 7 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Silent Auction to Benefit A.I.R Programs for Women Artists
June 22 - July 16, 2011
In conjunction with our annual postcard benefit exhibition, Wish You Were Here 10, two donated art works are highlighted in our Silent Auction: "Cairns Birdwing," a mixed media piece donated by Michelle Stuart, and "Flocked Red Cherry", an exciting early print by A.I.R. Gallery Founder, Judith Bernstein. These larger works are available by silent auction through July 16th. Bids many be placed in person, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 212.255.6651.
A.I.R. Gallery 111 Front Street #228 Brooklyn NY 11201
Katsura Okada was born in Tokyo, Japan and has lived and worked in New York since 2002. Okada earned a Master of Japanese Calligraphy Arts from the Tokyo Academy of Calligraphy Arts in 1992. Since 1990, Okada has been shown extensively in solo and group exhibitions in Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Hungary, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Slovakia, Japan, Canada, Mexico and the United States. Recently Okada’s work has been exhibited at Hammond Museum in North Salam, NY, Adam State University in Alamosa, CO, Harper College in Palatine, IL, Marymount Manhattan College Hewitt Gallery of Art in NYC, the Museum of Arts & Crafts-Itami and Imai Art Museum in Japan, A.I.R. Gallery in NY, and Black and White Gallery in Brooklyn. Okada has received first prize/grants from the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, the Shoto Art Museum in Tokyo and the SoHo Art Competition in NYC among others. Publications included ARTspeak, Manhattan Arts, NY Arts Magazine, the Yomiuri America newspaper, LUXOS – (Milano), Collezioni Sport & Street – (Modena), IL NOTIZIARIO DELL' A.I.A.M. (Italy), Les Editions Arts et Images du Monde (Paris), d’ART (Canada), and others. A member of A.I.R.Gallery, NY