National Juried Exhibition, BAC, Berkeley. August 26, 07
The Berkeley Art Center's postcard of the exhibition 2007.
A clipping of the San Francisco Chronicle's 96 Hours. Thursday, September 20, 2007.
Here we are (from left to right): Nga, Bao and Anh-Vu in front of the BAC in Berkeley.
Inside the gallery with other artists and guests.
My small origami (15x15.5 inches) in the corner among other works.
I called this piece, Origami.myseason.com which I did four years ago using a recycled poster board, papers from myseason.com catalog, some found rocks and twines.
Please click on image for a close-up.
I am with Barbara Bent, a friend from the library. She is also a local artist, who does pottery.
Food and drink were served in the courtyard of the BAC. It was a beautiful, warm and sunny day for such a nice gathering for artists and art-lovers.
It was an occasion to be inspired, and I felt so honored to be included among a national group of good artists.
This coming October, from the 2nd to the 28th, some co-workers from the library and I are organizing a Staff Artists Show at the Berkeley Public Library in downtown Berkeley. It's an art and craft exhibition that shows what some of us, who work at the library are doing on our own time. If you're in town or already here, and are interested, please stop by the Central library on Kittredge and Shattuck Avenue to check out our artwork. I'll show some of my recycled origami work and origami earrings.
Hope to see you there, and we would love to get your feedback about the show.