Want to make Kirie art at home? Artist Hyakkimaru’s live demonstration at Family Adventure Day got the audience excited about our new exhibition that will be on display in the Glass Corridor from now until Sept. 15. As the weeks go on, Hyakkimaru will add to the figures already on display — so visit again and again.
We’ve laid out the steps of Hyakkimaru’s demonstration. You can easily do this at home — great for a family activity. Or, you could take a hands-on workshop with the artist himself at the Bemis School of Art.
Tracing Paper (optional)
|Hyakkimaru with his flip-up glasses. There are two lenses — one is normal prescription, the other is a magnified lens to draw detail.|
Share the love with your friends! Revisit Hyakkimaru as he works in the Glass Corridor: “Since I will be doing these demonstrations for free, come again and bring your friends, I promise that I will improve as I adjust to this place and find my inspiration.”
|Audience members were excited|
to get their picture taken with Hyakkimaru
and his recently completed work.
Hyakkimaru’s Kirie World
July 28, 2012–Sept. 15, 2012