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Akio Takamori: Apology/Remorse and Memory

Seattle lost a brilliant artist and a beloved teacher and friend with the death of Akio Takamori in January. An internationally renowned sculptor in ceramics, Takamori was best known for installations of large stoneware...

‘Thinking Clearly’: Patti Warashina at Abmeyer + Wood

Patti Warashina spent her career working in clay, achieving international renown in that medium. But after five decades, she took a chance on a new material. During a residency at the Museum of Glass...

Roger Shimomura finds his muse

“Great American Muse” is at Greg Kucera Gallery through December 24.

Roger Shimomura takes on American history

Tacoma Art Museum hosts exhibition of pop art style paintings from Roger Shimomura, a third-generation Japanese American who lived in the American internment camps during World War II.

Appreciating Innocence: The art of Akio Takamori

Take a peak into the artist Akio Takamori's new art show "The Beginning of Everything" at the James Harris Gallery.

Fantasy meets tragedy in Mr.’s Japanese Neo-Pop Art

Now at Seattle Asian Art Museum