Fukurou’s book writing/art contest exhibit Sept 14 with Ramona du Houx’s art

 

Ramona du Houx’s Maine’s coastal images will be on exhibit at Gallery Fukurou from August 2019 to November 2019.

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Her special technique brings ocean images back to life with energy while conjuring stories. Because of the story telling quality they inspire Gallery Fukurou has decided to hold a contest using her work and that of art photographer Yorozuya Yohaku for Maine writers.

Seventeen writers’ stories were chosen for the book writing 27 works to accompany the fine art photographs of du Houx and Yohaku. The book signing will be a part of the opening night for the exhibit.

Coastal Maine in Words and Art has two editions. One is a gallery edition. Available on Amazon.comhttps://www.amazon.com/Coastal-Maine-Words-Art-Reflections/dp/1882190890

INSIGHTS

The front cover of Coastal Maine in Words and Art – Photo titled Vanishing Point by Yohaku Yorozuya. And the back cover – Moonstruck by Ramona du Houx – the other the artist in the book/exhibit.

From Maine Insights News: Winners of Maine’s Solon Center for Research and Publishing’s first book writing/art contest announced — Exhibit opening September 14th at Fukurou Gallery in Rockland

See the article HERE.

The front cover of Coastal Maine in Words and Art – Photo titled Vanishing Point by Yohaku Yorozuya. And the back cover – Moonstruck by Ramona du Houx – the other the artist in the book/exhibit.                                  

The Solon Center for Research and Publishing announced its first writing/art project in conjunction with an exhibit at the center’s gallery, Fukurou, this past spring. The challenge for writers was to choose a fine art photograph that…

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