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    Layers of Life - Textile Art by UEDA Kyoko

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    April 10-May 10, 2010

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    Layers of Life - Textile Art by UEDA Kyoko

    Kyoto textile artist, UEDA Kyoko, employs a textile historically used in Japan as a reinforcement on paper stencils for creating elaborate dyed patterns for kimono. Kinusha is a stiff, open, loosely woven sheer silk that lends itself to UEDA's inspired layering for her tapestries and textiles sculptures. Her distinctive blends of colors are produced from traditional natural dyes such as persimmon tannin, onion, indigo and various mineral...

    Kyoto textile artist, UEDA Kyoko, employs a textile historically used in Japan as a reinforcement on paper stencils for creating elaborate dyed patterns for kimono. Kinusha is a stiff, open, loosely woven sheer silk that lends itself to UEDA's inspired layering for her tapestries and textiles sculptures. Her distinctive blends of colors are produced from traditional natural dyes such as persimmon tannin, onion, indigo and various mineral dyes, as well as from modern chemical dyes.


    KEIKO Gallery

    121 Charles Street
    Boston, MA 02114

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    Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat 10:00am–6:00pm Friday 10:00am–7:00pm Sunday Noon–5:00pm



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