Beyond Giverny: Floral exhibits in Paris and Touraine for visitors in May
05/04/2013

Illustrator in Paris, Yukié Matsushita's floral-themed works will be featured among other artists in Paris at Studio Pessimier near St. Sulpice, from May 16 - June 15 and at "La Faiencerie et Dessins et cetera" in Chédigny during "Festival des Roses" May 25 -26.

Online PR News – 04-May-2013 – Paris France – FLORAL ART EXHIBITS IN PARIS AND FRANCE FOR MAY TRAVELERS

EVENT: "Flower Show" at STUDIO PESSEMIER, Paris.

“ Je t’aime, un peu, beaucoup, passionnément, à la folie... ”*
*He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, HE LOVES ME!!!

Gallery location:
Near St. Sulpice in the Quartier Saint Germain des Prés
Metro Saint Sulpice
14, rue Servandoni 75006 Paris

May 16th - June 15th 2013
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 2 pm - 6:30 pm

Opening Night: Thursday May 16th, 6 pm - 9 pm

With the work of:
-Blair et Laurie Pessemier
-Christine Claes
-Richard Nahem
-Yukié Matsushita
-Jeanne B. de Sainte Marie

EVENT: "La Faiencerie et Dessins et cetera
May 25 -26

During "Festival des Roses" in Chédigny, France 37310
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With the work of:
-Jean Luneau
-Yukié Matsushita
-Bertrand Cardon

ABOUT ARTIST YUKIE MATSUSHITA
Yukié Matsushita was born in Fukushima, Japan and spent her early childhood in Tokyo. At age 12, she moved to the US with her family. She travelled to Paris in her junior year in college, and fell in love with the city. After studying art and graduating from the State University of New York, Binghamton, Yukié moved to New York City. While she dreamed of going to Paris she continued studying drawing and etching at the School of Visual Arts and worked as a graphic designer in various design firms.
In 1994, Yukié moved to Paris. She worked as a grpahic designer in a small communication firm for 7 years. Since 2003, she is working as a freelance illustrator/graphic designer. Also she has participated in local art exhibitions.

Her current book project “ABC: Paris seeing through windows” is an alphabet book of monuments of Paris accompanied by daily objects starting with the same letter. It is useful for everyone needing to learn some French, whether planning a trip or learning the language in school.

Fans follow her blog, http://www.illustratorinparis.com, where she is publishing new pages of the book as she creates them.