JAPANESE ART HAIKU #102 - Limited Edition of 20 Artwork by Steve Doan

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JAPANESE ART HAIKU #102 - Limited Edition of 20

Steve Doan

France

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Size: 30 W x 38 H x 0.1 D in

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The inspiration is from the Japanese Culture and the Haiku poems. Haiku are the most internationally recognizable of Japanese poetic forms : short, seventeen-syllable poems arranged in the form 5-7-5. Haiku poems usually focus on the natural world and the seasons, but many poets have also used haiku to capture the fleeting human experience like for this series, the evocation of love. Traditional Japanese art forms have been a source of inspiration. I used the digital technique as a paradox of traditionnel Japanese art and today's technology .

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New Media Print:Digital on Other

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:30 W x 38 H x 0.1 D in

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Besides being a gifted painter, Steve Doan is also a graphic designer, an illustrator, an art director, a photographer, a film maker, and a musician. And a globetrotter, who, after having been brought up in Africa and having extensively travelled in Europe, America and Asia, where he worked, lived and loved, has settled in Brussels for a while, in Texas, and finely in Montpellier, France . He recreates his exciting past with abstract canvases that capture the memories of these lands and the emotions felt during his various encounters. The vibrancy and vitality of these colourful climes and of his multifarious experiences live on in his art, expressed in strong graphic form and rich hues, and in which one also clearly detects an all-pervasive musicality.