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Yukimi Annand: Journey of Experimental Calligraphy

  • Plymouth Congregational Church 1900 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55403 United States (map)

(It is free to attend this program. Visitors are welcome to attend to see if they would like to join our guild. For more information, please follow this link. The actual program begins at 7:00, but you are invited to join us at 6:30 for a social time during which you can visit the library table, the demo corner, the Show and Share table, and have refreshments.)

 Yukimi Annand

Yukimi Annand

 Yukimi Annand

Yukimi Annand

This will be a visual adventure as we travel along with calligrapher and teacher, Yukimi Annand, as she shares insights and examples of her focus on experimentation. Her visual communication design background has been a rich foundation for her current work. We will see starting points coming from American abstract expressionism, and the works of nature artists, along with nature photo images that Yukimi uses to inspire her own experimental calligraphy.

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About Yukimi Annand

Yukimi Annand is a calligrapher, a lettering artist and a book artist based in Southern California. She grew up in Japan and has a background in visual communication design. She is passionate about the beauty of the Roman alphabet and creates unique artwork with her love of calligraphic mark-making incorporated with nature. She has been experimenting with the usage of tools and mediums to expand her world of calligraphy. Her works have been exhibited in the US, Japan, Russia, and European countries, and have also been included in calligraphy collections in Berlin, San Francisco and Moscow. Yukimi is a frequent instructor at the annual international calligraphy conferences.

Demo Corner:  Longtime member and past Colleagues president, Gary Feyen will demonstrate Lombardic Capitals.  Gary delights in using them for calligraphic cards and gifts for family and friends. (Did you know that when versatile Gary is not busy with his pen, he is perfectly balanced on his unicycle, often traversing city parade routes?)