The work above is from Josephine Wang (who is our current featured artist - you can check out her beautiful sculpture & pottery in the Ceramic Studio's display window if you happen to be down there). Here's what she has to say about it: "I did some Chinese Calligraphy for the first time in many years. These are two different styles. The one on the left was the style of calligraphy used during the reign of the emperor who ordered the construction of the tomb with the Terra-cotta Army (i.e., in the late 200's, BC). The one on the right matured in Tang Dynasty and is still the classic style today. A great exercise in centering oneself and whiling away time"
Below is a fabric piece by Darryla Green, who said "This fabric with big black blob-shapes was purchased last year in Kyoto, on our Japan trip. I didn’t buy quite enough, being unfamiliar with meters - so I've added a strip of fabric that's sort of fringe-looking, to lengthen the bottom. I am only hand-sewing. In no hurry, since this period of our lives may last a while."