February 12th, 2011 / posted by paularath

In a previous blog (please scroll down) I mentioned two textile shows scheduled for next year in Honolulu, by renowned textile artist and sculptor Akihiko Izukura

Toyoko Motojima, who manages the Institute of Natural Textiles for Izukura-san in Kyoto, just sent me her exquisite photos of his work. Since they are far better than the photos I ran in my earlier blog about him, I thought I should share them with you. Enjoy!

Izukura will present installations both inside and outside U.H. and Linekona.

A few of the natural dyes created by Izukura-san for various silks.

And remember, Izukura-san will be here next January and February with shows at both U.H. Manoa Art Gallery and the Art Academy at Linekona. Don’t miss them!

– Paula Rath

Textile genius Akihiko Izukura.

A tunic by Akihiko Izukura. The weave is so complicated I can't even explain it.

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February 13th, 2011 at 8:10 pm

Hello PaulaI love this post. This artist is so talented. Love the colors and textures.

September 16th, 2011 at 7:52 pm

What beautiful textiles! I just found out about this show a few days ago, and am excited to see what it is we have to look forward to.

Thanks for this beautiful post!

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