We are excited to be featuring the wonderful works of local artist, Rubi Kazi. Rubi was born in Mumbai, India and moved to the United States in 1996. Her work with calligraphy and abstract art has been influenced by her upbringing, her international travels and her love of Rumi poetry & Sufi music. Her paintings carry a message of peace and eternal being – across all religions and cultures. Rubi Kazi is a celebrated .
Join fellow Yaza friends Sunday, February 12, to meet artist Kirsten Piroth. Learn what inspires her to create colorful works of art. Kirsten loves color, shape and form – all vying for that elusive end point of perfect harmony. She’s inspired by colorful or patterned things she sees in her daily life – fabric, plants, a picture in a book or magazine – and these become incorporated into what she is making at the .
Meet local artisan Eliza Sears on Sunday, November 6, 3pm – 6pm From summers beach-combing the rocky Maine shores to home excursions on the beaches of Maui, Eliza’s Kamaile jewelry reflects a lifetime infatuation with serendipity and natural beauty. Eliza combines unusual and unique gemstones with new ways to twist, hammer and shape metals into striking pieces. Her inspiration comes from the rugged Northern California coast, her magical two daughters and all the light and beauty her .
Yaza is participating in the Annual Solano Stroll Festival on Sunday, September 11, 2016. We will have a booth in front of our store at 1535 Solano Ave, Berkeley. Come say Hello! http://www.solanoavenueassn.org/events/solano-avenue-stroll/
Yaza is making a big move and you are invited to be a part of it! Please join us for the grand opening of our first retail store as we celebrate our loyal clients and welcome a new generation of supporters! Yaza, the name of a magical town in the picturesque mountains of Tibet, was the birthplace of our beloved father. Yaza was a place where people were happy, life was peaceful and the .