"Chitose Midori," millennium green Installation by Masami Uota

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Installation: Paper on Paper.

This artwork is created by layering multiple layer of hand crafted Japanese paper with Japanese colors on the base of Ise Japanese paper with acrylic, watercolor pen and color pencil to finish.

"Chitose Midori" is a color of good luck connected to pine tree in Japan. Pine tree is called evergreen or millennium green, as they say it lasts a thousand years, and is an existence of symbol of eternity. "Chitose midori," which is the color of the needle of pine tree, was born as a color of big celebration. It is occasionally called "Senzai midori" or "Senzai ryoku."

Expressed "serial green of mountains" and "moon" which moves over Togetsu (Moon crossing) bridge at Arashiyama, Kyoto where I live, with this beautiful "Chitose midori."


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"Chitose Midori," millennium green

Masami Uota

Japan

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Size: 11.7 W x 16.5 H x 0.1 in

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