Girl 1955 Drawing by Hitomi Kammai

View Fullscreen

Add to Favorites

Art Description

Drawing: Charcoal on Paper.

The work comes from my experience in childhood of visiting a photography exhibition in Hiroshima.

The image represents a girl who had burnt by the atomic explosion, the dust from her body had stuck on the wall.

Although it is said the actual shadows are vanishing after years, school trip to the museum has been continued in Japan, for the purpose of not to forget the fear of the war.

The drawing is made using an original technique. The surface has a slight texture.

Charcoal from burnt rose, ink and embossing glitter powder on paper


Subjects:

Mediums:

Materials:

Girl 1955

Hitomi Kammai

United Kingdom

Drawing

Size: 13.8 W x 13.4 H x 0 in

This artwork is not for sale.

446

Views

2

Favorites

Artist Recognition

link - Artist featured in a collection

Artist featured in a collection

link - Featured in Inside The Studio

Featured in Inside The Studio

Artist Recognition

Artist featured in a collection

Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection

Featured in Inside The Studio

Featured in Saatchi Art's curated series, Inside The Studio