Ryobun is the oldest of Michael and Yumiko McCormick’s “Three Dragons.”
His mother is Japanese, his father is taoStyle Sponsor, Michael McCormick.
His parents met while both were at University in Mexico City and moved to Taos after they completed their studies. Ryobun and his brothers were born and raised here, with frequent trips to visit family in Japan. This bi-cultural upbringing has informed his artist’s eye; the East meets West sensibility defines his work.
This Friday, during the Paseo,
Ryobun premiers his first photography pop-up exhibition at the Tom Noble Art Gallery from 4-8pm
He describes his new series as “an ascetically inquisitive perspective from inside the lens.”
The tragic loss of his brother Ryoji a few years ago, has given Ryobun (and his younger brother, Ryoma, a talented musician) a deeper perspective on life in general, and certainly a different view from the proverbial bridge.
Archival Fine Art Aluminum, Black and White, and Color photographs will be on display. Food and refreshments will be provided.
The Tom Noble Art Gallery (Mai Curator) is located at 110 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in Taos, NM 87571. Please call
575-758-3953 for more information on Ryobun McCormick’s exhibit during this year’s Paseo.
Ryobun can be reached directly at the email below. He is represented by the Michael McCormick Gallery – their link is listed below this post.
The Michael McCormick Gallery will be featuring Michael Archuleta in honor of the annual Fall Arts Festival/Paseo. Michael will be in attendance signing posters, telling stories, and painting his famous Blue Donkeys! Saturday September 24, 2016 from 4-8pm.
For more info visit their site below!
All images c/o the Michael McCormick Gallery