|Close-up of Mayumi's work of art|
|Mayumi's work, front view|
In the entrance hall was a different piece, very reminiscent of Mary Pratt's Red Currant Jelly.
|The Ikebana arrangement (detail)|
|The painting by Mary Pratt|
|Yumiko and her response to Riopelle|
Rather than list all the creations that impressed me, I'll just mention one more, a reworking of a painting by Alex Colville that I'd seen in Toronto earlier this month.
|Infantry near Nijmegen, Holland (1946) by Alex Colville|
|Nancy Sharp's interpretation of Colville's painting|
I was in this relatively small exhibition for a long time. Mayumi also tells me that at an forthcoming Sogetsu exhibition in Tokyo, there are going to be 700 creations on display. Imagine how much time I'd feel like spending there!