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Shop handcrafted works from small businesses! Meet Mayumi Fujio at the Rotary Club of Saratoga Fine Arts Show on April 30 & May 1, 2022 from 10:00am to 5:00pm “I have always enjoyed working with my hands and blending imagination with those creations. It started with origami, Ikebana, beaded jewelry, silver jewelry, ceramic art, sewing and knitting. I have been a wild forager since I was young and studied field botany for edible plants and medicinal plants walking in the forest and mountains collecting plants. I am drawn to the combination of nature and fiber art which is an expression through uncontrollable elements. The technique I use for my product is called the botanical printing (or eco printing) and the history of this technique is still very young so I am constantly experimenting with new ideas. It uses real leaves and flowers along with mineral and tannin to transfer natural color and shape from plants onto natural fiber such as silk, cotton and linen. It is like printing a photo directly from the leaves to the fabric. Having studied Ikebana helps me create an aesthetic which is in harmony with nature and beauty.” ~ Mayumi Fujio Get to know the artists and learn the stories behind each piece they make. Visit us at to learn about upcoming events.

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The goal of Pacific Fine Arts Festivals (PFAF) is to present the highest quality Art Festivals and Fairs possible. Several of PFAF’s festivals have been ranked in the top 200 outdoor festivals in the country by Sunshine Artists Magazine. Artists and craftspeople as well as host communities appreciate Pacific Fine Arts Festivals for the high quality of its exhibitors, its integrity, professionalism and efficiency of operation. If you’ve attended a PFAF event, you know first-hand the quality of the work presented. If you haven’t yet had the opportunity, we look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming events. Pacific Fine Arts Festivals' events feature media such as painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, woodwork and leather, and wearable art such as clothing and jewelry.

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