Updated: Jan 31
Bon Bon Tricot which literally means Sweets (BonBon) & Knitting (Tricot) in French uses lace yarn to make all kinds of interior decoration, accessories and children's products that are inspired from daily life. When Eri Kimoto was little, she learned how to knit from her mother. Knitting always makes her feel very peaceful, so as she grew up, she started to think her knitting might be able to bring happiness and joy to other people. That was the time she decided to make knitting her life's work.
Date: 1 Oct to 30 Nov 2020
This exhibition features some of Eri’s intricate knitting works turned art pieces proving how a traditional craft can be expressed in different ways. Eri has also written Japanese poems for each piece that reflect her feelings towards her craft.
Meet & Greet + Demo
Date: 3 Oct 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 4pm - 5.30pm
Come and meet Eri Kimoto in person and see her perform a live demonstration of her knitting! To attend, kindly RSVP by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org