Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Takao Tenabe, Explores his Life Journey Through Varied Styles of Painting
Takao Tenabe reflects on his life journey through the various styles he has embraced over the last 50 years.
Its a reflective, thoughtful interview, made at his showing in the McMichael Gallery in Kleinburg, On. I wish he had of shared how or if, one style has impacted the other and if he feels that he has become a better painter for having engaged in these varied styles.
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