Be a patron of the arts! Each year, a Foxcroft art student - this year it is talented artist, Hyeri Woo '18- donates an original piece of art for the Foxcroft Permanent Art Collection, commissioned by the winning bidder for this item in the Foxcroft Silent Auction. Bid on this item to be the "commissioner" of the piece. The Foxcroft Permanent Art Collection resides in the lobby of Schoolhouse where you can view previous commissioned works. Become a permanent part of Foxcroft's history, and bid generously on Hyeri's piece!The online catalog shows several samples of Hyeri Woo's pieces, and the piece on display is an example of Hyeri's work. The piece that will go in the Foxcroft Permanent Art Collection has not yet been created.
Kakejiku are Japanese hanging scrolls, mounted on a roll of cloth or paper, that show scenes of natural beauty or works of calligraphy known as kana-moji. This scroll depicts the calligraphy of a famous Japanese calligrapher Terada Sennsyuu. The translation of the calligraphy is "The moon and plum of spring and somewhat temperment. a long winter has gone, plums began to bloom. Even that alone is enough to please Spring, but in addition the moon came out. With this, the actors in the early spring were fully assembled. Express the transition of a mild season in a relaxed picture and phrase."