Posts Tagged: japanese art

The Very Last Supper

The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012 Acrylic, Silver Leaf, and Mica Pigment on Canvas on Hardboard 19” x 48” “The Very Last Supper” evokes strong influence from one of Ito Jakuchu’s monumental masterpieces “Compendium of Vegetables and Insects.” Food has always

The Very Last Supper

The Very Last Supper, 2011-2012 Acrylic, Silver Leaf, and Mica Pigment on Canvas on Hardboard 19” x 48” “The Very Last Supper” evokes strong influence from one of Ito Jakuchu’s monumental masterpieces “Compendium of Vegetables and Insects.” Food has always

Amazing article from Pattern Bank! – “Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined”

Check this blog post out from Pattern Bank! Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined Related articles Japanese influenced painting: Bertille Baudiniere (artstomarket.wordpress.com) Japanese artist brings the Nihonga art form to life in India (japandailypress.com) You: Kyoto painting

Amazing article from Pattern Bank! – “Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined”

Check this blog post out from Pattern Bank! Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined Related articles Japanese influenced painting: Bertille Baudiniere (artstomarket.wordpress.com) Japanese artist brings the Nihonga art form to life in India (japandailypress.com) You: Kyoto painting

Otaku: The Obsessed Culture

There was once a time when I was an adolescent that I found comfort holding a Playstation controller playing video games, being engulfed by the light of the computer screen in the dark, shamelessly watching “Spirited Away” when I’m bored,

Otaku: The Obsessed Culture

There was once a time when I was an adolescent that I found comfort holding a Playstation controller playing video games, being engulfed by the light of the computer screen in the dark, shamelessly watching “Spirited Away” when I’m bored,

Eccentricity: The Realm Between the Normal and the Crazy

For the past several years I have toyed withutopian/dystopian settings, fictitious characters that is beyond understanding,numerous bold colors, and the manga-inspired aesthetic in my works of art. Inever thought of how to describe my creations until people started asking me.What

Eccentricity: The Realm Between the Normal and the Crazy

For the past several years I have toyed withutopian/dystopian settings, fictitious characters that is beyond understanding,numerous bold colors, and the manga-inspired aesthetic in my works of art. Inever thought of how to describe my creations until people started asking me.What