Shinrin-Yoku: Forest Bathing

Shinrin-Yoku: Forest Bathing View Works

What is Forest Bathing? Shinrin-yoku, or "forest bathing," was developed in Japan in the 1980s as a meditative and restorative interaction with nature. This practice promotes a peace of mind and a sense of self within the larger world. It requires no structured activity other than being in a forest among the trees and tuning one's senses to the quiet sounds, fresh scent, and pure air. Ronin Gallery is pleased to present a collection of prints and drawings that take us into the forest atmosphere, connecting us and the natural world through visual arts.

Artists for this exhibition

Namiki, Hajime (1947-Present)
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Howard, Daryl (1949-Present)
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Yamaguchi, Keisuke (1986-Present)
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Fujita Fumio
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