Point Reyes National Seashore Association is grateful to local woodworker, arborist and artist Ido Yoshimoto for offering this untitled numbered (2 of 4) American Elm wood print, sumi ink on Japanese Okawara paper. The print is in handmade frame by Small Works SF, the dimensions of which are 13" x 15".
Ido Yoshimoto, resident of Inverness and recent recipient of the Pirkle Jones Fund Visual Artist Grant, has exhibited his work in the San Francisco Bay Area at Berkeley Art Museum, Bolinas Museum, Gallery Route One, Ogaard Gallery, Midway Gallery, and Sweeney Kaye Gallery, and internationally at Curator's Cube in Tokyo.
Yoshimoto works as chief sculpture restorer and facilities manager at the JB Blunk Estate on Inverness Ridge.
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Funds from Dinner on the Pacific Plate Auction help fund important park preservation and environmental education projects at Point Reyes National Seashore. All donations made above fair market value will be tax-deductible.
This package includes:
(1) Ido Yoshimoto woodblock print, numbered and framed.
The item will be available for pick up at Point Reyes National Seashore following close of auction, or can be shipped at cost.
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