Ayako Taguchi


I drew plants which move us and give us inner peace with the life as a theme.

Emiko Jitsuishi

http://www5.airnet.ne.jp/emiko/
I want to express the sensitive and beautiful world, created with light and shadow.
In my works no humans are visible but I always draw while keeping the inkling of a human in my mind. My main motifs are kimonos, dolls, laces, lamps, candles, baskets, ribes, etc.

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.

Momoca

http://momo-works.net/
My works are watercolor on wooden color prints.
The editions are limited to 10 pieces.
Once the “Horisusume” technique is completed, there cannot be a reprint.

Issho Sannomiya

http://www.sannomiya-issho.com
I am drawing gospel through the blessing of Jesus Christ. I am living my life as an artist through learning the bible as a Christian, meditation and living my faith in everyday life as one human.