We've learned and please to announce the artist's newer mixed media piece, "River (Debris 2)" was accepted to upcoming exhibition, "10 x 10 x 10 x Tieton 2020." The show will run August 8 - October 6, 2020. For more information inquiry regards to exhibition details, please visit their website.
All good things (?) do come to an end. Artist, Yukio Kevin Iraha has decided to close all Facebook/Instagram accounts in hopes of having better traffic to the official website along with other reasons. Our sincere appreciation to each and every one who supported and followed the artist's accounts for all of these years. Please visit links from the News/Notes page from official site for future show announcements and other updates. If you come across with anything close to artist's name on Facebook or Instagram, it's most likely not the artist but possibly it's a fake account unless it's relisted as valid on News/Notes page updates. Please be cautious and vigilant of any social media scams.
April 14, 2020
With the increase of ever evolving technologies, so too is an increase in various form of deception. Perpetrators are there to trick artists and art buyers alike.
Artist, Yukio Kevin Iraha, will now inscribed a special mark/symbol in the back of each piece of artwork. Along with the mark/symbol, an official certificate of authenticity will accompany each piece of artwork to indicate its authenticity. However, this excludes any digital media: digital photos, due to its reproduction capability, are easy to fake. Be very careful of counterfeits whenever monetary transactions are required. Please refer to the links in the News/Notes section of the official website with regard to validity of the artist's associations.
WORD OF CAUTION
September 10, 2020 (updated). August 31, 2018 (Written)
Our ever increasing dependence on online world means that we have all come across absolutely irrelevant search results, from who knows where. Unfortunately these less than flattering results appear when others search for us without our knowledge. Regardless of whether they are intentionally trying to harm one’s reputation or not, the fact remains that they appear whether you like it or not. Despite numerous attempts at contacting original sources and search engines to remove or change misleading, inaccurate content (spam sites, blog etc.), we haven’t had much success in eliminating these pages. There are many irrelevant spam sites scraped content from legitimate sites perpetrating as valid when in fact they are not. Some sites may contain malware or virus when you click them. Thus we ask consumers to be cautious and vigilant, to practice discernment about what is relevant and what’s not especially with regards to purchases of any items online.
We have listed the most current sites the artist has had linked to. Bear in mind, discontinuing link accounts may or may not have been artist's choice but could also been its sites' decisions as well. They changes over a time, please refer to this list and ignore other sites and links which have nothing to do with the artist.