Saturday, 7 May 2016

The Wild Swan's artworks start assembling in Kobe - Japan

Michael Doherty

City Scape
M L Norton 

Study of Mum
P Davidson

The artworks from The Wild Swans Art Group are now gathering at the edge of the old Kyoto foreign lands, (as it was known around the time when the Tale of Genji that was written around the 11th century) in Nishi Ku - Kobe behind Akashi.

For a group of artists who mostly have spent all their artistic lives in one of the most distant cities on earth being Perth, Western Australia, then coming to exhibit in one of the great aesthetic triangles of the world being Nara, Kyoto and Kobe with Osaka in the middle, is a humbling experience. 

Nonetheless, the Wild Swans Art Group are here to exhibit/learn and where these uncharted aesthetic travels go collectively and independently one does not know, but it does start in Japan at Gallery Opera Labo and the momentum, along with the local peoples anticipation for the show is gathering, further updates will be posted in the near future, thank you.

Tale of Genji Link