Bonsai tree exhibit offers novel take on 75th anniversary of end of World War II — OPB.org

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Read more at OPB.org — by Tom Banse: One of the more unusual ways the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II is being marked this summer is with an exhibit of stunted trees. They’re bonsai trees on display at the Pacific Bonsai Museum in Federal Way, Washington… Image courtesy of Tom Banse/NW News Network Continue reading Bonsai tree exhibit offers novel take on 75th anniversary of end of World War II — OPB.org

Mayumi Terada Brings Absence to Life at Kamakura Gallery — Ocula.com

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Read more at Ocula.com — by Stephanie Bailey: ‘I want to possess what I have to lose’,1 artist Mayumi Terada once said of her work—closed captures of sparse, interior spaces that the artist meticulously crafts in miniature and photographs using natural light. The statement is an evocative definition of a photograph’s function: a freeze frame of a moment that passes once… Continue reading Mayumi Terada Brings Absence to Life at Kamakura Gallery — Ocula.com