Nobuko Yamasaki: Mokuhanga Workshop Show

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Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedral)
Color | Ink Studio presents an exhibition of woodblock prints curated by award-winning artist Nobuko Yamasaki. Mokuhanga is a traditional Japanese technique for woodblock printing. Selected for the exhibition are seven local artists who have participated in her workshops: Jacki Boyer, Werner Croonen, Marcia Guestschow, Linda L. McCauley, Ann Elizabeth Mesritz, Antonia Oakley, and David Prescott. Several of Yamasaki’s own works will also be on view. The show opens on June 9 and runs through July 7. There will be an Artists Reception on June 10, 1-3 pm. It's free and guests can meet the artists and see the exhibition.

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