Unlike other works depicting plants, animals, and vessels, the "Pretty Sister" series has no silhouette to speak of.
If you look closely, you can see the outlines of the face, neck and arms, but they are blended into the pattern that fills the screen.
In addition, perhaps because the paper is black, the artist is very thorough in not painting, and the sense of "being written" permeates the entire work. The pressure of the drawing, almost to the point of insanity, is irresistibly pressing upon us.
Details of art work
・Paper, water-based pigment pen
※Shipping time: To be shipped sequentially from late September after the end of the exhibition.
※Please note that the cost of shipping the original is payable on delivery.
※The frames will be returned to the facility, so they will be delivered unframed.
Born in 1973. Lives and works in Shiga Prefecture. Belongs to Yamanami Kobo in the same prefecture.
Since 2008, he has been a member of Yamanami Kobo in the same prefecture. When he decides on a motif, whether it is a person or an animal, he slowly draws it on the entire surface of the paper without leaving any blank space, using his own unique perspective. His introverted and serious personality is reflected in his work, and each line he draws is very careful and delicate, as if it were a fine thread intertwined. In his daily life, he rarely speaks, and even when asked for his opinion, he only says a few words in a faint voice with a blush on his face. He is another artist who has found a way to express himself through his work, and his worldview will continue to expand.
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