8 novembre 2013
Je vous invite pour 5 artistes Japonais New Yorker à Usagi
7-20 Novembre 2013
Exposition des 5 artistes Japonais
qui résident à New York
Maki Kaoru(Makik Onda)
Le verinissage le 7 Novembre 2013
à partir de 19h30
32 rue Saint Roch 75001 Paris
Ouverture le mardi au samedi
MIHA=Fumiha Tanaka is an artist, Crafter, Illustrator and Designer, who grew up in four seasons and tropical countries surrounded by natures, now lives and works in Brooklyn NY.
She works in various mediums from paintings, ceramics, etching and crochet on imaginery nature related themes.
She enjoys sharing her whimsical world with many others and know that some people can connect with her without words.
The Peanut is a recurring subject in my work.
First, because of the simple line of its organic form which lends itself readily to personification. Second, because of the inherent duality in the peanut, (two nuts in one shell) which acts as a metaphor for the conflict in the human character.
I refrain from judgements; but rather express merely observations as seen through the eyes of my peanut creations.
Aya was born and raised in Tokyo Japan.
She now works and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
She likes Cats, seals , and receiving postcards and she has ever changing weekly obsessions, now it's
Clavariaceae and star nosed mole.
She also elaborates lots of theories about lot of things.
When she doesn't indulge in her obsessions she paints and draws, creating her own whimsical narratives.
Maki Kaoru (a.k.a Makiko Onda) is a visual artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work explores empathetic and perceptual responses to nature, : the act of seeing. Working with temporal elements of nature, such as light, shadow, water, wind or leaves, her work transcends those natural phenomena and transforms them into ethereal visual form.
A Tokyo-born last-samurai-bohemian, Yuri Shimojo has been expressing her life through painting, journaling and dancing since her childhood. Yuri's works often depict the ethereal , serene, sensual , exquisite yet grotesque, ominous and even whimsical. Hopping between urban and tropical jungles, Brooklyn and hideaway in Hawaii, these two extremes balances her yin and yang inspiring her creativity. In addition to her art practice,Yuri is drawn to the world of indigenous cultures, which has led er hstudying universal shamanism as a certified healing practitioner and intuitive animal communicator.
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