Adriane Dedic
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Art Openings and Exhibits

Olive Hyde Art Gallery 48th Annual Textile Exhibit
Oct. 7 to Nov. 19

Opening Reception Fri. Oct. 7, from 7-9pm
123 Washington Blvd., Fremont, CA, open Thur.-Sun. noon to 5pm
I am excited to 3 pieces included in this prestigious show.

Body of Art
Body of Art
fabric, paper, paint, hand and machine stitched
24"x20" mounted on canvas

My Artist Open Studio is Dec. 3 & 4
Hope you can come to see all my latest art and Fashion Collection!
click here to see the Invitation

Fremont Art Association Art Gallery
Gertrude Stein Exhibit

January 6 - February 6, 20156

My poster design was selected as the winning design

Gertrude Stein
Gertrude Stein Shorn

Geisha Gift Items at

Missouri Botanical Garden
Gift Shop
September 2009 Annual Japanese Festival
4344 Shaw Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63110
geisha tea coffee mug

See Geisha mugs and t-shirts on display at gift shop HERE

Geisha and Gardens
May 1-31, 2008: Reception May 8 at 6pm to 8:30
Hakone Japanese Gardens
Saratoga California

(Location for several scenes in Memoirs of Geisha film)

An exhibit of Japanese inspired art by Adriane Dedic and Denise Miller

Japantown, San Jose, CA

219 Jackson Street, Tel: (408) 297-7554
"Geishas and Courtesans"
Oct. 1 - 30, 2003
Mon. -  Sat. 10am-5pm
151 Main Street, Los Altos, CA
(650) 948-9900

"Source of Empowerment: Woman as Symbol"
Sept.  15-Oct. 31, 2003
California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission St., SF, CA

Adriane Dedic & Susan van Wambeck
Exhibit opens Aug. 17- Aug. 31
Fremont Art Gallery, 37659 Niles Blvd., Fremont, CA

Nexus  Gallery,  New York 

Small Works 2002
Jan. 31 - Feb. 23, 2002

"La Femme" will be exhibited at the Nexus Gallery in New York.

My work is currently on exhibit at:
Nikkei Traditions, Japan town in San Jose, CA

Fremont Art Gallery in Niles, Fremont, CA 


Email to schedule a private studio visit, receive an invitation or for more information.

See print making demos, original etching plates, traditional, carved Japanese wood blocks and more! Even plexiglass can be used to create stunning original art.