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Daniel Nash, “‘A Cut Above’ art exhibit to put blade work on display at the Sammamish Commons”, Issaquah | Sammamish Reporter, January 2, 2015, Arts and Entertainment.

‘A Cut Above’ art exhibit to put blade work on display at the Sammamish Commons

by DANIEL NASH,  Issaquah Reporter Staff Writer 

A wood cut mosaic by Naoko Morisawa - Naoko Morisawa, Facebook.com/EraLivingArt

A wood cut mosaic by Naoko Morisawa

— Image Credit: Naoko Morisawa, Facebook.Com/EraLivingArt

The Sammamish Arts Commission and 4 Culture will allow the public to meet four blade-wielding artists at a reception Monday.

A Cut Above” opened at City Hall in the Sammamish Commons Plaza in October and will close on Jan. 16. The art exhibit features cut work inspired by Asian traditions in the media of paper, wood, prints and sculpture. It was developed by curator June Sekiguchi ofEra Living, a retirement community with locations in Seattle and the Eastside.

Artists Betsy Best-Sparado, Mia Yoshihara Bradshaw, Lauren Iida and Naoko Morisawa will be present from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 5. The exhibit’s original curator, June Sekiguchi, will join them.

City Hall is located at 801 228th Ave. S.E.

For more information, contact Allison Gubata with the city of Sammamish at 425-295-0597.

 

http://www.issaquahreporter.com/entertainment/287354241.html

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