Posts Tagged: Japanese

3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags – samples available

Originally posted on Nihonga 日本画:
Dear All Here are some samples of the 3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags that the Geidai students have made. They have yet to receive any orders (other than mine) so if you would love…

3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags – samples available

Originally posted on Nihonga 日本画:
Dear All Here are some samples of the 3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags that the Geidai students have made. They have yet to receive any orders (other than mine) so if you would love…

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24″ x 30″ “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in many Asian

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24″ x 30″ “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in many Asian

Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse

  Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas on Hardboard 48.5’ x 42.25’ “Yoko’s Last Day at the Bathhouse” was heavily influenced from my life as a child. This piece of memory bridges my Japanese heritage and

Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse

  Yoko’s Last Day At The Bathhouse, 2012 Acrylic on Canvas on Hardboard 48.5’ x 42.25’ “Yoko’s Last Day at the Bathhouse” was heavily influenced from my life as a child. This piece of memory bridges my Japanese heritage and

Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon

  Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon, 2011       Acrylic, Pen, and Glitter on Canvas       30” x 40.5”   “Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon” comes from the same phrase in a Japanese proverb meaning that the beauty of

Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon

  Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon, 2011       Acrylic, Pen, and Glitter on Canvas       30” x 40.5”   “Flower, Bird, Wind, Moon” comes from the same phrase in a Japanese proverb meaning that the beauty of

Infinite Views of Life

  Infinite Views of Life, 2011 Acrylic on Canvas 30” x 40”   Advanced Painting course assignment. “Infinite Views of Life” is an attempt in the landscape-painting genre. The painting depicts a Japanese landscape teaming with everyday life with fantastical

Infinite Views of Life

  Infinite Views of Life, 2011 Acrylic on Canvas 30” x 40”   Advanced Painting course assignment. “Infinite Views of Life” is an attempt in the landscape-painting genre. The painting depicts a Japanese landscape teaming with everyday life with fantastical

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

  Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24” x 30”   “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

  Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24” x 30”   “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in

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