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.

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.

TOMIO


My drive to create lies in my strong emotions towards the admiration that live was given by a mighty strength.
I depict my motives illusionistic, based on observations of people.

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.

Meiya.y

http://meiya.denberlin.com/
This art belong to subculture.
Materials are pastel-colored, colored pencil, water color, Japanese Washi paper, graphic tools.
Giclee art.

Reiko Inoue

Japanese style paintings (Nihon-ga)
Motives: people and cats.