- Work on commission
- Styles: Figurative, Illusionism
I learned the basics of Japanese painting in high school, and then studied drawing, illustration and design at an art college.
Later, while working as an illustrator at an advertising production company, I drew original pictures using pen and egg yolk tempera techniques, but in my 40s I learned about "traditional Japanese painting on silk.
However, in my 40s, I learned about traditional Japanese painting on silk. Since then, I have learned it on my own, making many mistakes, and have been able to express the world I want to paint more freely.
I use this technique to express depth by layering well-dissolved sumi ink, suiboshi enogu, iwaenogu, and gofun on the silk pasted on a wooden frame, blurring it with water.Translated automatically