A Fruitful Day

Art Attack SF will be hosting a screen printing workshop with their spotlight artist Harumo Sato on Friday, August 31st! We highly recommend that you drop by to meet Harumo and learn more about her adorable work. Participate in the event and bring home a playful fruit creation using the pre-made fruit patterns!

Art supplies and light refreshments will be included in the $10 ticket purchase. You are advised to wear clothing you are not afraid to get messy in!

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Harumo Sato is not afraid of color! In her work, Harumo often juxtaposes vibrant hues to embrace the light-hearted feeling of playfulness and cheerโ€” even when the subject matter embodies a dark theme. “Using colors is like living in the moment,” says Harumo. “The brightness of the color is most powerful when it is freshly paintined. Like life, it is not eternal.”

Harumo Sato is a California-based, Japanese visual artist who earned a Bachelors degree from the University at Buffalo in 2015.

The “Puku Puku Bubbles” exhibition featuring the work of Harumo Sato is on view through September 2nd, 2018. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Sunday, 12-8pm. Preview Harumo’s artwork included in the exhibition on our website!

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