See the new art exhibition by Masako Whitehouse at the Musashiya Gallery.
Masako, a painter since age 10, calls on a range of senses—observe, listen and feel—to prepare for each work of art. She puts emphasis on colors, shapes and composition, and knows when a piece is done once it “feels right.”
There is a backstory behind every painting, so if you’re curious the artist will be at the gallery every day to answer any questions (in Japanese or English).
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