“Are mixed African-American and Native American heritage, who have strong ties to Native American culture. Many Indigenous peoples of the Eastern Woodlands, such as the Narragansett, Pequot, Lumbee and Cherokee, have a significant degree of African ancestry…”
About feature image: 31 Flavors Invading Japan Series / Today’s Special, 1982, 35-color woodblock print with hand-watercolor, Edition of 500 While most of Masami’s art is watercolor painting on paper or canvas, he has a limited number of works done by various printmaking processes. His only true woodblock print in the Ukiyo-e process are the 31 Flavors Invading Japan/Today’s Special(1982) and the Sarah and Octopus/ Seventh Heaven (2001). Four “Hawaii Snorkel Series” Prints from Tyler Graphics in 1993 combined western etching with contemporary Japanese woodblock techniques. Other than these, a handful of lithographs and etchings complete Teraoka’s forays into the print medium.
Feature Image: KREITAJARO
Kreitajaro is to reflect on the bonds that make us universal. Through the microscope and magnifying glass, one can transform an empirical object into a cosmic place, inhabited by characters who meditate in peace and harmony, free of all cultural symbol. Kreitajaro is to stop the time in a moment when everything moves fast. It is to become still, to breathe, to observe and ask oneself about what does not have an answer. It is the search for a truth, for a beginning. Kreitajaro is a non-scientific way to give answers in a photographic format
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