Celebration of NOW
Albright Art Gallery
32 Main Street, Concord MA, 01742
Exhibit: July 12th - September 11th
Artist Reception: July 14th 6pm - 8pm
Albright Art Gallery is excited to announce the opening of YUKO ADACHI's exhibit Celebration of NOW. YUKO's work will be displayed July 12th through September 11th. Everyone is welcome to visit with YUKO at a special artist reception on Thursday July 14th from 6pm to 8pm. Come gather with friends, artists and art enthusiasts to celebrate YUKO's extraordinarily vivid work.
Become encompassed by patterns colliding with brilliant shades of color within YUKO ADACHI's bright oil paintings and delicate mixed-media works on paper. YUKO' works uphold her belief that art is the language of the soul, and as we travel through her imaginary landscapes we are able to form a connection with her and feel the beautiful energy that she is gratefully giving.
Celebration of NOW is a collection of works of varied sizes that are the externalization of her appreciation of being alive. She invites her viewers to celebrate her spiritual journey of hope and discovery through jubilant colors, organic shapes and melodious textures. As YUKO works, she follows where her energy and curiosity take her during the present moment. YUKO's personal exploration of love, imagination and life is her attempt to awaken our consciousness and help us discover the freedom of human creativity and inner beauty.
A Tokyo-born artist, YUKO was raised in Japan, Paris, London and the USA. She came to Boston in 1988, where she studied at the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and Massachusetts College of Art and Design. YUKO now exhibits her work through solo and group exhibitions internationally. She is the recipient of multiple awards including the first prize for the cover for Artscope in 2007, the Manhattan Art International Best In Painting award in 2007, and South End News' Best in Public Art award in 2009. YUKO currently lives and works in Boston's South End with her husband, artist Andreas Gmur.
Tuesday - Friday 10:30am to 5pm
Saturday 10:30 to 6pm
Sunday 12pm to 5pm