In this solo exhibition, Erica Ward will be displaying a collection of detailed pen and watercolor illustrations that are simultaneously figures and cityscapes. Debut works displayed along with previous works ask where the Individual ends and where the City begins.
The event will be held at Clouds Art + Coffee in Koenjikita with a reception from 6pm until 8pm on Saturday the 9th.
About the Artist: Erica Ward is a California-born, Tokyo-based artist and illustrator. Her illustrations often incorporate Japanese imagery and combine soft watercolor realism with pen-outlined pop style.
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10:30am – 4:00pm