The Great Neck Library presents the works of Nobuko Saji: Infinity and Old Memories – Entertainment

The Great Neck Library is exhibiting the work of Nobuko Saji from September 24 through October 22 at our main library, 159 Bayview Ave., Great Neck. We invite you to join us for a reception on Saturday, October 1 from 2 to 4 p.m.

Nobuko Saji graduated from Jyoshibi Art College in Tokyo with a major in graphic design and began her career in advertising at All Nippon Airways in Tokyo.

After moving to San Francisco as a freelance writer for Japanese magazines, she became a senior textile designer for upholstery in New York City for over 25 years.

She also learned sculpture and printmaking in evening classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology and the School of Visual Arts. Now retired, Nobuko creates contemporary art and sculpture.

Nobuko Saji will present her ethereal art in two collections: “Infinity” is a compilation of contemporary mixed media paintings using materials such as plasters, gels, acrylics and oil paints.

Her art is tied to the universe and inspired by her meditations on the cycles of life and how each creature radiates powerful light, full of love and hope. “Old Memories” will present his traditional oil paintings inspired by the landscapes of his travels.

For more information, please contact Adam Hinz at (516) 466-8055 ext. 246 or email [email protected]

Submitted by the Great Neck Library in the City of Great Neck

Christopher S. Washington