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University of Houston Downtown presents Artist Talk: Kaori Maeyama, O’Kane Gallery

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Kaori Maeyama is an urban landscape painter based in New Orleans. After relocating from Fukuoka, Japan in 1994, she obtained a BA in Film Production from the University of New Orleans and an MFA in painting from Tulane University. Her work has been exhibited at LeMieux Galleries and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and in 2020 she participated in the Artist-in-Residency program at the Joan Mitchell Center. Aided by the use of brayers, squeegees, and a dark tonal palette, "New Orleans: Sound of Drifting Shadows" highlights the city’s mundane vignettes, from desolate residential neighborhoods to uncanny industrial landscapes.

Kaori Maeyama is an urban landscape painter based in New Orleans. After relocating from Fukuoka, Japan in 1994, she obtained a BA in Film Production from the University of New Orleans and an MFA in painting from Tulane University. Her work has been exhibited at LeMieux Galleries and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and in 2020 she participated in the Artist-in-Residency program at the Joan Mitchell Center. Aided by the use of brayers, squeegees, and a dark tonal palette, "New Orleans: Sound of Drifting Shadows" highlights the city’s mundane vignettes, from desolate residential neighborhoods to uncanny industrial landscapes.

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University of Houston-Downtown (UHD)
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