A recent work that I did with a sunflower theme.
At first, I tried to stick with watercolor, then started pulling
out the other drawing materials. It’s found a new home now!
From April 13-16 (the gallery is closed on the 14th), my watercolor students and I will be exhibiting a selection of our work at the Wellness Kouryuu Plaza in Miyakonojyo City.
If you have the time and are in the area, please drop by and check out the work!!!
Hope to see you there!
The other day, my watercolor class and I did some painting at the local shrine. Even though it’s only about 5 minutes away from my house, it was the first time I’d ever been there. We all had a great day of painting. Here’s my work from the day.
some recent sketches. It seems the theme of war keeps on popping up in my work lately. I always find it depressing that with so many things in the universe trying to wipe us out of existence, cosmic rays, meteors, supernovas, earthquakes, tsunamis, you name it…we still find the need to add to these with our destructive nature.
From June 3 to June 8, the AJAC exhibition will be held in Kagoshima City Museum.
This year, 39 artists, from Kagoshima, Tokyo, Osaka, Fukushima and other locations in Japan, along
with work from Denmark, will have their work exhibited. For any of you who are in the vicinity, please
come in and have a look! Entrance is free, so it’s an economical and cultural way to spend your day!