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Ad Libs: The floating world

Uploaded: Nov 15, 2012
A striking image waiting for me in my inbox upon my return from vacation. San Jose artist Kyoko Fischer won first place in the current juried print exhibition at the Pacific Art League in Palo Alto with this abstract etching, "Fuuyu — Colors in Flux VI."

The piece is part of her series on the curiosities of life on Earth; more specifically, depicting "that which we cannot see floating in the air constantly," as she wrote. "Fuuyu" means "floating" in Japanese.

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