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I sometimes question the moon. Nobody answers, but I intentionally go outside, and talk to the moon or make a wish as it is a human. The moon never promises that the wish will come true. Even so, I will throw out a question. The full moon, you are beautiful and never promise. The bewitching moonlight may urge me to question the moon. A Japanese poet Miki Rafu wrote a similar poem to my feelings: “Why are they so white. Nobody answers in the moonlight” He wrote it about 100 years ago. I found the spirit has not changed and decided to use it for the title. —по-русский— «Никто не отвечает в лунном свете» Масло, холст 72.7 W x 60.6 H x 2 D cm Я иногда спрошу луну. Никто не отвечает, но я нарочно выйду наружу как луна - человека. Луна никогда обещает, что это желание сбывается. Даже в этом случае, я буду спрошу вопрос. Полная луна, ты - красиво и никогда обещает. Обворожительная луна может побудить меня подвергнуть сомнению луну. Японский поэт Мики Рофу написал похожее стихотворение на мои чувства: «Почему они такие белые? Никто не отвечает в лунном свете.» Он написал это около 100 лет назад. Я нашла, что душа не изменился и решила использовать для титула.
Painting:Oil on Canvas
Size:28.6 W x 23.9 H x 0.8 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Yu Kuramitsu is a Japanese oil painter expressing spirits. She started taking art lessons at Atelier Kawado at the age of 10. She enhanced her sensibility painting by oil or pastel for 12 years of the lessons and additional 3 years at an art high school. When she was 12 years old, her grandfather died. A short moment after his death brought her to the way to think about life and death. Additionally, because of her weak hearing in childhood, she saw paintings were a way to express feelings and thought. From then, she has been pursuing how the spirit reflects a painting. In 2012, Yu participated in artist in residency in Pushkinskaya-10, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Her solo exhibition achieved to be included in the event "Japanese Spring" supported by Japanese Consulate in Saint Petersburg. She had a collective exhibition at the Museum of Non-Conformist Art, Saint Petersburg, in 2015, included in the art festival “New Names” supported by the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation. Yu enjoys painting human or nature and expresses the grieve over your loved one’s death, joy in the relationship, happiness in the daily life, agony and sorrow in the depth of the heart. Her art is mostly abstract, and every scene on her paintings comes from her imagination.
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