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Art by Jyunko Marjala
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  • Auberry, California
  • United States
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Rokoan Tsunagiori Style Origami

The artwork presented consists of a technique called Rokoan Tsunagiori Origami created by Buddhist Priest Rokoan Gido (1761 to 1834), the eleventh chief priest of Choenji temple in the Kuwana district of Mie Prefecture. Rokoan Origami is unique in that a single sheet of Yuzen Origami paper is used to create the many small cranes (a symbol of good fortune) in each design. Throughout the folding process, each crane remains connected to one another by the head, tail and/or wings. Each piece of artwork is an original as the origami paper, hand painted backgrounds, and accents each bring their own unique qualities.

Andrea Jyunko Marjala began Art by Jyunko Marjala after settling in Auberry with her husband Sean and four boys in 2003. Developing her own unique designs based on the Rokoan style, she now offers her artwork at the Shaver Lake Art Gallery and local art shows alike. Many of her creations are inspired by the natural elements found in Japan such as the cherry blossom, chrysanthemum and the maple. She also incorporates motifs based on the Japanese family mon or family crest which stands for honor and represents the history of the Japanese family.

As a self-taught artist, Andrea's artwork is very unique and evolves with each piece. She has found it to be the perfect avenue to creatively express her love for art while incorporating her Japanese heritage. Andrea has been featured in several Central Valley newspapers including the Fresno Bee, Mountain Press and Snowline Times. Recently, she has won two consecutive second place ribbons at the Fresno County Fair for Advanced Artist in the Fine Arts - Fiber Art category.

Thank you for taking the time to enjoy her artwork.
Arts Specialty:
Rokoan Tsunagiori Style Origami, quilting, handmade pillows, purses and jewelry.
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Harvest Arts and Peace Festival, Prather

The Annual Harvest Arts and Peace Festival is this weekend at Intermountain Nursery in Prather. Come and enjoy live music, yummy food and beautifully handcrafted treasurers by local artisans. Festival is Saturday 10-5, and Sunday 10-4.

Posted on October 5, 2011 at 12:55pm

Artwalk at Riverpark

Starting April 27th I'll be showing down at the Riverpark Farmer's Market Tuesday evenings throughout the summer. Various artists will be showing all summer next to R.E.I. from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm.

Art by Jyunko Marjala and Blue Oak Art will be there:

April 27, May 18, June 22, July 13, July 27, August 10 and September 28.

Come and enjoy great food, live music and…

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Posted on April 18, 2010 at 9:00pm

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At 11:17am on September 18, 2009, sean marjala said…
Hey....dont I know you pretty LADY!!!
At 7:21am on September 1, 2009, Megumi Kurihara said…
Oh, I see. I was just curious. I moved here from Kawasaki a few years ago. Thank you for writing back Jyunko.
At 8:16am on August 20, 2009, Megumi Kurihara said…
Hi Jyunko, are you originally from Japan?
At 8:54am on October 25, 2008, Chris M. Sorensen Studio said…
Hi Jyunko,
Just a reminder that today (Saturday) is pick-up day for Pink Show items here at the studio.

Thank you!
At 5:38pm on August 30, 2008, Andy Gonzales said…
I always ask myself why am I so attracted to Japenese art whether it be paintings ,woodblock ,oragami,or even the art of landscape,And the answer is it bathes me in the sweet unconsciousness of a mellow spirtiual light. It is so tranquil. Welcome ,Andy Gonzales
At 6:11am on August 30, 2008, Chris M. Sorensen Studio said…
Jyunko Manjala thank you for coming into the studio .Your art work is so beautiful it stands alone as it takes your breathe away.Love your work
 
 
 

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