Mayumi Hayashi (BFA Fine Art, 1997) is currently showing her work in Innermost, a sculpture exhibition about reflection and memory. The show can be seen through January 22 at The Teaching Gallery, Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, New York. The artist recently gave a lecture to a group of students at the college with an interest in fine arts, many of whom hope to continue their studies at an art college. With this in mind, Ms. Hayashi shared her personal journey from being a student in Japan, to becoming an art student at SVA, and now working as an artist. Ms. Hayashi is also an exhibiting artist at Goliath, a Brooklyn gallery she co-founded with her husband Erik Guzman (BFA Fine Arts, 1997), studio manager at the SVA Sculpture Center.
Image: Innermost, 2002 by Mayumi Hayashi.
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