Seattle-based Japanese craftsman Yumiko Kayukawa is as of now indicating new works at The Shooting Gallery in San Francisco. By blending popular society references with more conventional Japanese symbolism, the craftsman goes up against us an odd and baffling adventure. Look as her daring champion gets to be encompassed by a company of wild creatures including bears, wolves, bunnies and deer. Propelled by Japan’s affliction after World War II and its effective recuperation from obliteration, Kayukawa makes a typical message of trust. Wistfulness for Japanese society is further investigated in a piece entitled New World (quickly beneath), where a young lady remains at the vestiges of a post-prophetically calamitous scene.