【Artist Statement】 Art should feel like a power spot. I hope that my artwork can transform any space to make it entertaining, something that instantly uplifting people and infuses positive energy. The motifs originate from nature. For example, the birds represent life force, peace and freedom. The fish I are sea breams considered to bring good luck in Japanese culture. The meaning behind these choices: [they represent the bounties in nature-with the wish that (you/we) will always have enough to live on during a lifetime”],
I would like to bring happiness to people, this is also true about my work and experience in web design for interior and commercial facilities as well as café spaces. I hope to continue to do so with my new creations that range from café items, fashion, interior goods to advertising collaborations.
[Bio] Art technique & forms：oil painting, watercolor painting, colored pencils, acrylic gouache, Japanese style painting, photoshop, illustrator, power stone
1991 Started drawing when hospitalized at 5 yrs old but miraculously recovered [from unknown illness] by focusing energy on the completion of an original picture book.
2002～2004 3 time winner at the All Japan Art Exhibition (Ueno Mori Art Museum) 全日本美術展三回受賞（上野の森美術館）
2005～July 2017 Produced artwork while working in sales marketing, retail and design.
Aug. 2017 Asakusu Hulic Hall First Booth Exhibition, (start to show artwork independently)
Sept. 2017 1 month indoor showing at the initial Crux Cafeo -European Resort Cafe- Oct.2017 Awarded at the 158th Japan Design Exhibition (Kyoto Japan Design Museum)
Nov. 2017 First overseas exhibition in Downtown Los Angeles.
May. 26 (Sat) 2018 (Presenting a ) Display booth & stage production/ collaboration with Emi Jingu p0p0-balloon(@Ikebukuro west exit open space)
Nov. 2018 Exhibition in New york .
Nov.2018 Awarded at the 160th Japan Design Exhibition (Kyoto Japan Design Museum)
Nov.2019 Awarded at the 162th Japan Design Exhibition (Kyoto Japan Design Museum)