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My pottery debut. For the first time I am exhibiting  to the public at A.J. Dillon Gallery of Art Atlantic Highlands, NJ in an exhibition titled: “Art in Nature”.  Thank you for to the gallery for accepting and their support, this is an amazing opportunity and experience. Also, a warm gratitude to Leeann Lavin, who curated this event and encouraged me upon this special celebration.  Deep Bow-

deep and deep


Two Water Surfaces, 2010, Manabu Ikeda
pen, acrylic ink on paper, mounted on board
8 7/10 × 10 3/5 in
*Garden of Unearthly Delights at Japan Socity

I had countless questions to the artist. How much time he needed for this incredible detail art work, what his inspiration was, how he sees the world, What his message would be, what his work day looks like, go on…

His art work teaches me how to slow down to my busy daily life and find what I would appreciate more.

Jeff Koons Sculpture at 30 Rock

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I love to walk around Manhattan. What I found here this is the reason I walk. Be creative & be fun, and give me great energy and smile!

Illustrious American artist Jeff Koons is prepping to open his major retrospective show at New York’s Whitney Museum next month. During his time in the city, he will also be installing the Split-Rocker, a monumental flower sculpture at Rockefeller Center on June 25. The giant cartoonish installation will go up two days before the show opens. Weighing 150 tons and spanning 37 feet high, Split-Rocker is made up of two halves: one inspired by a toy pony from one of Mr. Koons’ son, the other based on a toy dinosaur. Together, they form the head of a giant rocker and will be covered with live flowers. If you’re in New York, make sure you check out the Split-Rocker for yourself.