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.

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.

Yumi Akiyama

http://r-studio6.wixsite.com/mysite-1
Mental or imagined scenery is expressed in sumi ink in the piece based on the sprits of Japanese calligraphy.
The work also has the concept of the “blank”, the importance of the balance between black and white, tangible and intangible or fullness and emptiness.

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.