Masahiro Hayashi


I describe my artwork in abstract and feel my own world views and values include the satirical side of the world.
I am still seeking my art style.
I’m struggling to find my own style in the future.

Hidekazu Sato

http://sato-hidekazu.com/
I create my works in the style of brush paintings with bamboo pens/brushes and ink.
While creating my works I wish that he people who see my works get happy.
Through my works I want to contribute to world peace.

Fuyumi Higashino


Expression with flowers as a theme.
My own way of seeing the world.

Hiroshi Morimoto

http://aico.sharepoint.com/Pages/art.aspx
Wood block print. The art subject is life, time.
When he was 22 years old, received the Nihon Independent exhibition gold prize.
He started to paint by oil, had made his art by wood block paint in his 20-30’s.
Also his art work was ink painting, silk screen during his 40’s.

ATSUHIRO KATO

http://www.pittura-kato.com
My art is inspired by Japanese traditional art such as a Ukiyoe art.
I describe my art as a fantasy world which doesn’t exist in reality, and I would like people to enjoy my art which I made as a Japanese person with the world.

Aya Sugano

http://aya-sugano.com
My works are created through surreal and cute designs which I give funny and very spicy emotions which can’t be expressed with words.

Fumiaki Namizaki(NamiZ)

http://home.u02.itscom.net/kensyo/
“Limeart” was invented as a new art through the technique of embossing and polishing lime, Through a part of architectural design with “coexist with nature” as the theme.
Lime art was presented in 2004 for the first time.
The fresco and marble looking works had a profound texture, so that a new wind went through the art world.
I received many awards from the “Shinbiten” (Shinseibijyutsukai)
2006 prime minister prize, 2012 minister of culture and science prize.