What does painting mean to me? Painting is the process to interpret the moments I live in and feel, and then depict them into the two dimentional framework on canvases.
I used to paint flowers and butterflies of which natural power I admire onto the large canvases as if I were smaller than those objects in size. Because the power to open petals and fly in the long distance with thin wings are stronger than the power of mine.
What I have been trying to do currently is to depict some ideas, plots, objects, places, and messages of fairly stories that I read in my childhood, or some music lingering in my mind. My attempt is to manipulate brush strokes to render power to clors to talk loud. Very occasionally my approach works while I am prodding to paint and suddenly notice acrylics create layers by themselves which I do not expect.
2013 Pouten Group Exhibition, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art (Kobe, Japan)
1997-2004 Studied in the workshop of Ms. Toshiko Tochihara, registered in New York Public Library and MOMA
2000 Studied under Ms. Mary Weatherford and others in Summer School of Otis College of Art
1997 Studied under Ms. Katina Huston and other in San Francisco School of Art
1997 Studied under Ms. Amanda Townsend in Macregar School of Southern Queensland University
1997 Enrolled at the Graduate School, California State University, Domingus Hills, U.S.A. ( the Department of Liberal Arts, Correspondence Course)
1984 B.A. in English Language and Literature, Faculty of Humanities, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
2003 Selected in Zero Exhibition(Osaka, Japan)
2002 Award of Museum of Arts, Himeji City Art Exhibition, （Hyogo, Japan)
2000 Honorary Mention, Kobe City Art Exhibition, （Hyogo, Japan)
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