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One:       My painting, “Going To The Gypsy”, is being shown at Transmission Gallery, 770 West Grand Ave., Oakland, CA, as part of a group show DISCONNECT.  The exhibit will run through July 19, 2014.

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Two:     Three of my paintings were juried into the WEST PAINT exhibit at Pacific Art League, 668 Ramona Street, Palo Alto.  The exhibit runs through June 26, 2014.  This is the opening exhibit after an extensive remodel of the historical building and galleries.  The three paintings are “Strata”,  “Gemini’s Twin”,  and “Stillness” – all acrylic on canvas.

Three:   My painting, “Silent Snow”, was recently sold from the Coastal Arts League Gallery to a couple from the East Bay.  This was an acrylic/mixed media painting on paper.

I am still doing paintings for my Haiku Threads series and have also done several mixed media paintings on paper that I will post at another time.  All of the paintings listed above are available for sale and many of my Haiku Threads paintings are showing at the Coastal Arts League Gallery, 300 Main Street in Half Moon Bay.  As always, I invite you to visit my website http://www.marianyap.com

Acrylic on Canvas 20" x 24"

Going To The Gypsy

Strata

Strata

Stillness

Stillness

 

Gemini's Twin

Gemini’s Twin

My latest painting, “Shadow Tales” is another in my Haiku Threads series.  I used a metallic acrylic paint which adds a bit of luminosity to the canvas and then I collaged a strip of painted paper wrapped with corded threads.  It is on 16″ x 16″ gallery wrapped canvas and is currently on display at The Coastal Arts League Gallery in Half Moon Bay and is available for sale.

ShadowTales

Here is the sixth painting in the smaller size (12″ x 12″) Haiku Threads series.  Titled “Spring Rain”, acrylic/mixed media on gallery wrapped canvas.  I tried to convey the feeling of a spring rain shower, using pastel hues and subdued contrast.  This work is available for sale.

Spring Rain

Spring Rain

I am just finishing up my 6th canvas – 12″ x 12″ – in the Haiku Threads Series.  The title will be “Spring Rain”.  Next Sunday I will be bringing these 6 paintings to display at the Haiku Poets of Northern California meeting in Fort Mason in San Francisco.  They will be on display during the meeting which features Haiku readings, a workshop, and socializing, from 1 – 5 PM.  Haiku poetry and art – should be a very good day!   http://www.hpnc.org

Here is an image of the latest finished work.  The title is “Ginkgo”, acrylic/mixed media on 12″ x 12″ gallery wrapped canvas, and it is available for sale.

Image

I was offered a one year representation on http://www.ArtQuenchGallery.com, an online gallery and I am now included on  their website.  They also featured me in their online magazine http://www.ArtQuenchMagazine.com.  Take a look and navigate around those sites.

Raku

Raku, Acrylic/Mixed Media on 24″x24″ canvas

I’ve just finished a new painting in the Haiku Threads series using a smaller size canvas.  Instead of the 24″ x 24″ format, I scaled down to a 12″ x 12″ canvas.  I titled this one “SAKURA – Cherry Blossoms”.

SAKURA-CherryBlossoms2

Having wrestled with a “white” painting, SHIMO – Frost, I thought I’d attempt a “black” painting to add to the Haiku Threads series.  The result is YORU – Night, acrylic/mixed media on 24″ x 24″ gallery wrapped canvas.

 

I recently completed another painting in the Haiku Threads series.  This one is titled “Cinnabar”, acrylic/mixed media on canvas, 24″ x 24″.  Cinnabar is a color that appears frequently in mostly Chinese objects, particularly furniture, and often in ceramics.

This painting is available for sale.

I recently finished this painting which is part of the Haiku Threads series that I have been working on. It is acrylic/mixed media on 24″ x 24″ gallery wrapped canvas. Its very interesting to me as I continue creating work in this series – it seems as if each painting inspires yet another one.

Bamboo