Ephemeral Group Show Curated by Beautiful Bizarre

Hikari has a new painting in Ephemeral, opening this Saturday night at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco. Crated by Beautiful Bizarre, over 60 artists from across the globe have been invited to create an original work considering the themes of fleeting beauty, impermanence, and the momentary expression of art and life. You can see the entire roster at the show's Facebook event here!

"Do Not Disappear Faintly"
Oil and acrylic on canvas
16.1" x 12.5"

For previews and purchase inquiries, please contact the gallery at i[email protected].

Almost everything in the universe and our lives is ephemeral or fleeting depending on the time frame, and lens that we look through. About her piece for the show, Hikari shares, "I wanted to paint a subject that has a strong and persistent existence despite being in a fragile state of disappearing. This is a piece where strength and transparent beauty coexist. The flowers attached to the figure's heart imply that "love is fragile."

Participating artists: Aaron Nagel, Adipocere, Alexandra Manukyan, Alessandra Maria, Ania Tomicka, Bao Pham, Bella Harris, Ben Howe, Caia Koopman, Caitlin McCormack, Camilla d’Errico, Chris Guest, Crystal Morey, Conrad Roset, Daniel Bilmes, Erika Sanada, Gosia, Handiedan, Hannah Yata, Helice Wen, Hikari Shimoda, Horka Dolls, Jacub Gagnon, Jana Brike, Jasmine Becket-Griffith, Jean Pierre Arboleda, Jeremy Mann, Jessica Dalva, Jessica So Ren Tang, Joanne Nam, Jodee Knowles, Julie Filipenko, Kazuhiro Hori, Kelogsloops, Kelsey Beckett, Kevin Peterson, Kim Leutwyler, Kylie Dexter, Laura Colors, Leilani Bustamante, Lori Nelson, Marie Larkin, Martine Johanna, Mary Jane Ansell, Nadezda, Naoto Hattori, Mahlimae, Nicomi Nix Turner, Olga Esther, ONEQ, Pamela Wilson, Rodrigo Luff, Ronit Baranga, Sam Yong, Sarah Joncas, Sarah Louise Davey, Scott Radke, Sheri DeBow, Stella Im Hultberg, Tara McPherson, Tom Bagshaw, Tracy Lewis, Tran Nguyen, Troy Brooks, Yoko d’Holbachie, Young Chun, Zoe Keller


Ephemeral will be on view September 15th through October 6th, 2018 at:

801 Greenwich St
San Francisco, California
Tel: (415) 956-3303
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday: noon to 6pm