Someone Like You: Paintings by Margaret Kasahara

When: Aug. 20-Nov. 4 2012

Identity plays a big role in local artist Margaret Kasahara's work. Of Japanese descent, Kasahara blends iconography of American and Japanese life in her paintings. Take "Identity: Sewn Together," which features a fork and a pair of chopsticks, or "Coffee, Tea & Me," which links the beverages with a traditional kokeshi doll. It seems Kasahara feels pulled in two directions, a theme that extends to her new solo show, Someone Like You, at the Denver Botanic Gardens (1007 York St., Denver, botanicgardens.org). Someone opened with a reception and artist's talk Wednesday, but it's up daily through Nov. 4. Tickets are free for members and $9 to $12.50 for nonmembers. — Edie Adelstein

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