Nanaimo gallery specializing in apple pictures

A gallery in Nanaimo dedicated to apple art. ‘Songs of the Apples,’ by Keiko Bottomley, is on display at the Art 10 Gallery through May 31. During May, the North Nanaimo City Center will host an exhibition titled “Apples Songs.” Keiko Bottomley, or Kay as he is known among his friends, is an artist featured in the Art 10 Gallery and will be showcasing his life series on apples by May 31. He joined the museum in 1990, seven years later it is open. Its doors were opened in 1983.

As a prelude to the show, Bottomley was born in Tokyo, and after graduating from high school, he went to Nippon Design School to study design, a company in which he worked until he moved to Canada in 1969. And yet, the importance of Bottomley’s advanced art in the art forced him to paint a paintbrush and further his fine artwork. “Influenced by many images of oven baskets by fellow actress Mary Ann Fleming, she draws on round shapes and glossy colors of flowers. And you have time ‘ah ha’ to fill round, beautiful apples, ”read the release.

Bottomley only works from a lifetime, which led him to the grocery stores to buy apples and apple pies to bring back to his theater. Then you find baskets and pieces of clothing to use as a reference for your full apple series. Her expression and color cover many living subjects, such as flowers and apples, influenced by her Japanese heritage, note the release. Japanese patterns, colors and patterns are common in your paintings. Inspired by Japanese artist Munakata Shiro and the release of ‘Flowers,’ enjoying the life of apples, is part of a recent art series.

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