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A well-prepared challenge #4

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A well-prepared challenge #4 Painting

TAKAKO FUJINUMA

Japan

Painting, Acrylic on Paper

Size: 21.5 W x 21.5 H x 0.1 D in

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"The orange color represents challenge, and the green and blue colors represent support and coordination. This picture shows that when we take on a challenge, we should have our own initiative and purpose, and also make sure to coordinate with the people and things around us. The size and shade of the colors represent the type and size of the challenge and support, and the lines in the picture represent the support from outside. Especially in the Corona disaster, "challenge" is essential for each of us to survive in our new lives, and I think that "challenge" is "harmony between interpersonal relationships and self" and that internal and external support is also important. This picture also represents my own "challenge" in light of this. I used mermaid 135g/m^2. The picture is signed in the lower left corner with my stamp (name stamp).

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Painting:Acrylic on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:21.5 W x 21.5 H x 0.1 D in

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◇ Birthplace Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture ◇ Current address Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture ◇My own background and motivation for production Originally, we ran natural food restaurants to solve the problems of genetically modified foods and seeds. From the encounter teaching of painting mentor Takahiro Kimura※, I learned that painting can be used to convey energy to people. Therefore, even though it takes a lot of hurdles and individual efforts to solve problems such as food problems, I started working on this work, hoping that I could convey the energy for that with the paintings I drew and make an effort. It was. ※Takahiro Kimura profile➾http://www.faceful.org/profile/ My work was named "Isogin " from the name of the early pattern: sea anemone (Japanese isoginnchaku). Its features are "circle", "color" and "bleeding". The intention of "Isogin" is By doing various things in a life where everything is normal, something with a taste and unexpected wonderful things are born. I want to express that "you can meet new things by taking on challenges" through "Isogin". "Isogin" gives the viewer vitality for tomorrow by expressing the characteristic flow of energy with the pattern of stains. ◇ My artistic influence and where I draw inspiration Studied under Takahiro Kimura, a painting mentor. It is often produced at Self-employed cafe after closing. ◇ Selected media / details and their reasons Use paints and acrylic paints, and paint and watercolors to create bleeding.

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