About Gallery Seek
好会 ～二次会～ part.2
好会 ～二次会～ part.2
Gallery Seek (旧店舗)
Izumi Kawamoto Yuko Nakamura Yumi Nagata Marino Miura Chizuru Abe Haruna Sato Misa Toyosawa 中村友紀
I mainly paint still life with fruits and flowers. What I put in a picture is the beauty of color with power that shines vividly with harmony and balance. Each motif has a solid presence. I aim to create an atmospheric world of color by depicting the light that seems to pour into the picture plane and the soft light that cloaks it like a veil. I want to draw pictures that draw you in and make you want to keep looking at them. Izumi Kawamoto blog http://decorativeartist.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/
No matter how happy or sad we are, no matter what the weather is like, the four seasons always come and go, and the greenery of the trees and plants remind us of the seasons with their gentle flowers. I am always grateful for the unchanging nature of the seasons, which gives me strength and kindness.
Using women and cats as motifs, I create my works with an emphasis on the inner world and presence that can be sensed through the casual expressions and gestures of everyday life.
The theme that I express by copperplate engraving is “Small happiness”. I draw “the story of small life” by overlapping it with small animals, plants and flowers. I am healed and encouraged by the gestures and expressions of animals. They gently remind me that there are important things in the activities we repeat so naturally that we don’t even notice.
I want to express flowers blooming in the garden, children playing, and warm moments of daily life.
The danger and fragility of blood vessels that can be seen through the thin veil of skin. On the other hand, the warmth and warmth that they produce. I continue to depict human activities, fetishism, relationships, and distance using the human body as a motif.
I would like to express what I feel in my modern life and the imaginary world that is born from it, while crossing them with the charm of the glass material. Glass shows various expressions depending on the production process. When melted at high temperatures, it becomes fluid like syrup, and the surface that was exposed to the air when it melted has a beautiful luster, while the surface that was in contact with the mold has a soft texture like frosted glass. Also, when copper is added, the color changes to red or blue. While drawing out the charm of the various kinds of glass, I aim to create works that will make the viewer’s imagination grow.
好会 ～二次会～ part.1