Japan

Archive of the Mendocino Heritage Artists

BILL ZACHA’S Japan

Miasa Sister City (1980). Mendocino's Sister City. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198002*
Miasa Sister City (1980). Miasa (now Miasa-Omachi) is Mendocino’s Sister City. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198002*

Winter’s Offering, Miasa

Winter's Offering, Miasa (1981). Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198105*
Winter’s Offering, Miasa (1981). Miasa (now Miasa-Omachi) is Mendocino’s Sister City. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198105*

The Sister Cities and the Peace Plaques

Tsuwano

Tsuwano (1985) Serigraph by Bill Zacha. WZ198506*
Tsuwano (1985). Taiko drums. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198506*

Shiranuka

Shiranuka (1982). Serigraph by Bill Zacha. WZ198250
Shiranuka (1982). Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198250

Iwakuni Kintaibashi

Iwakuni Kintaibashi (1980). Serigraph by William Zacha.
Iwakuni Kintaibashi (1980). Officially one of Japan’s National Treasures. Yamaguchi Prefecture. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198001

Suzuki-en-Hagi

Suzuki-en-Hagi (1985). Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198504
Suzuki-en-Hagi (1985). In Japan, sacred wells like this allow pilgrims to wash their hands, as part of the purification process before entering a shrine. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198504
At the summit of Mount Shizuki on the grounds of Hagi Castle.

Hagi

Hagi (1985). Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198508*
Hagi (1985). Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198508*

Nara

Nara (1980). Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198004
Nara (1980). Traditional Japanese mushiko mado window. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198004*
Street view through mushiko mado windows, Japan.
Street view through mushiko mado windows, Japan.
Mushiko mado windows, Nara.

Floating World

Floating World (1985). Fragile beauty created for the title page of Tokaido Journey, the boxed set, referencing the floating world of Japan’s Edo Period, a celebration of sophisticated ephemeral pleasures, a flowering of theatre, art, music. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198556

Tokaido Journey Boxed Set
The Tokaido Journey Serigraphs
Tokaido Journey, Introduction by William Zacha
Tokaido Journey, the book

More travels in Asia

Asian Landscape

Asian Landscape (1964). Ink wash drawing by William Zacha. WZ196410
Asian Landscape (1964). Ink wash drawing by William Zacha. WZ196410

Yangtse

Yangtse (1982). The Yangtse River, the longest river in Asia, and third longest in the world, has been at the heart of Chinese history and culture for millennia. Serigraph by William Zacha. WZ198201

Inquiries
To ask about the availability of individual William Zacha serigraphs, please contact Lucia Zacha by email, or phone her at 707-937-3777.

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