Michiko Suzuki


My main theme for drawing is scenery.
I like to draw European brick buildings and to create a special atmosphere around them.

Yuko Kano


When one considers the human body as a part of nature, the word “conflating” may not be the most suited one, but this work expresses mysteries of life and visual fun by conflating the human body with nature.
Through heaping differences and difficulties of the human body and the many curves of the human soul, I am striving towards paintings which seem to be extracted from their surface and still have a quiet energy.

Takeshi Nagaoka


My style of working is to use drawing inks, pencils and fineliner pens to produce black and white drawings, and to create accents within them
I mainly draw humans as a form of illustration.
My works extend from realistic to comical figures.

Akemi Sugimoto


I like to draw ordinary sceneries and expressions of children.
While keeping my
While keeping the passion towards drawing which I felt when I began, I want to create works which stay in the viewers head.