Atelier by Mitsuru Koga
Exhibition starting on May 20th Friday until June 19th Sunday
(For subscribers of our monthly newsletter, please forgive us for the wrong information. The newsletter said May 20th Saturday, but it is actually Friday. Sorry and thank you!!)
“Paint brushes, rulers, pencils and hammers…. The tools in my atelier have a human quality to them.” – Mitsuru Koga
Starting May 20th we will host a special exhibit of Mitsuru Koga’s latest works, ‘Atelier’, featuring his collection of paint brushes.
Each paint brush is carved from a single block of lumber and made to look like separate pieces. (Please see the attached Video below.)
This artistic illusion, and the complicated skill behind the simple illusion, is what makes Koga’s work especially unique.
We will also have his newly summarized anthology of the same series in limited quantity, as well as additional pieces from his FLAT WORKS series that feature flattened cardboard boxes and wooden crates.
Please come see this interesting series of works from the artist, Mitsuru Koga!