Member Gallery - National Capital Area Chapter of the Sumi-e Society of America
(Click on each image below to see enlarged painting & description) Celebrating the Winter Months Artworks by NCAC Members
Yoi by MGL Meiklejohn Graphics Licensing
Japanese artist, Haruyo Morita, worked as a kimono painter and designer until 1972 before turning to painting canvases. Now an acclaimed artist her work has been exhibited and sold worldwide. Haruyo produces beautiful images of Geishas in idyllic settings. Her work is rich in detail and perfect for the feminine market.
A Friend's Wisteria - Maree
"In pale moonlight / the wisteria's scent / comes from far away." — Buson A friend's Wisteria is in full bloom and the scent is absolutely intoxicating! Just about the complete one side of her house is covered (there's a pergola next to the wall) and it's absolutely beautiful. The only problem is, the pergola is leaning dangerously close to a window from the weight of the plant and she says unfortunately she says she's going to have to take it down. That would be a real pity, but hopefully…
Wisteria from Four Seasons Wallhanging
In the April and July 2006 issues of the CQ Magazine, I had photos of my Four Seasons Wallhanging. Since then, it's been packed away in the UFO drawer with little hope of being finished. I took it out this year and have started working on it again...hopefully I can show it to you finished. This wisteria was one of the first embroideries I did on it in 2006 and I hope that you can make use of the design. Chain stitch, lazy daisy, and French knots with some beads added, are the only embroidery…
Small Wisteria Theme Pack Stencil - Henny Donovan Motif
Beautiful climbing flower stencil 1 sheet stencil The Small Wisteria Theme Pack Stencil is a beautiful flower stencil based on early summer flowering wisteria with its prolific, falling blossom and elegantly stylish leaves. This multi-motif small theme pack is ideal for budget decorating and for those just starting out.
Stained glass window by Walter Crane, Church of the Ark of the Covenant, Rookwood Road, Clapton. The church has a history as rich and colourful as the glass. It was built by and for the utopian Agapemonite sect in 1892-5, later became the Church of the Good Shepherd of the Ancient Catholic Church, and is now used by the Georgian Orthodox Church.