Madoo Conservancy: Much Ado About Madoo, Saturday, June 18th, 6 to 8 PM

The Most Beautiful Party of the Summer!

Click anywhere on the invite above for tickets at madoo.org.

Object & Thing at Madoo:

Megumi Shauna Arai and Frances Palmer

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Both Megumi Shauna Arai and Frances Palmer have made new works in response to the unique Madoo environment. This is reflected in the oribe and kaki-colored glazes of Palmer’s wood fired vessels as well as the brightly colored noren and framed wall works – a new direction for Arai – yet, still the result of a natural dye process done by Arai in her Brooklyn studio. Palmer’s pots are hung salon-style on the walls and displayed on Dash’s own work tabletops and desks, including in the Red Living Room of the summerhouse. Inspiration for several of the works by Arai has come from the Zen poet and calligrapher Mitsuo Aida, a figure important to Arai throughout her life.

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Read the Glen Adamson essay on the exhibit here.

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Please make an appointment to visit here.

Special appointments can be made by contacting info@madoo.org.

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AAQ / Resource

1708 House, Southampton | Bed & Breakfast

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