Sometimes she's fluffy and dreamy, smiling and talking to someone around her. At other times, he is alone, deep in his own inner world. Kudo's gaze wanders after something that is reflected only in her mind. Is it a happy image that fills her mind? Or is it to avoid reflecting pain and sorrow in her mind? Or is it to keep pain and sorrow out of my mind?
There is an endlessness to Kudo's work that seems to come from meditation. I wonder if she is aware that she is creating something right now. When she is drawing, sewing, or doing something else that is not clear to me. When she draws, when she sews, or when she is doing "something" that I don't understand, there is a mysterious atmosphere in her work that makes me suddenly feel such questions.
Made in Japan parasol with HERALBONY's vivid art printed on back satin. The handle is made of wood, and the HERALBONY logo is printed on the metal fitting that holds the dew point together when the umbrella is closed. The umbrella has a standard 60cm main frame size that is easy to hold, and the UV protection coating on the fabric reduces around 90% of UV rays.
Parent bone 60cm, Length 90cm, Diameter 98cm