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Today it is snowy in Tokyo. Snow always reminds me of the beautiful Russian colorful city. Even if you are in a different place, you can feel other places through art. I hope to bring you the beautiful and mysterious wind by seeing my art.
Today it is snowy in Tokyo. Snow always reminds me of the beautiful Russian colorful city. Even if you are in a different place, you can feel other places through art. I hope to bring you the beautiful and mysterious wind by seeing my art.
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Snow Painting

Yu Kuramitsu

Japan

Painting, Pastel on Paper

Size: 12 W x 9 H x 0.1 D in

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Today it is snowy in Tokyo. Snow always reminds me of the beautiful Russian colorful city. Even if you are in a different place, you can feel other places through art. I hope to bring you the beautiful and mysterious wind by seeing my art.

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Painting:Pastel on Paper

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Size:12 W x 9 H x 0.1 D in

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Yu Kuramitsu is a Japanese visual artist. She started taking private art lessons at Atelier Kawado at the age of 10 to study Fine Arts. She enhanced her sensibility painting by oil or pastel for 12 years of her lessons. In 2012, Kuramitsu received a chance to participate in artist in residency in Pushkinskaya-10, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Her exhibition achieved to be part of the event "Japanese Spring" supported by Japanese Consulate in Saint Petersburg. Since she was attracted to the beautiful Russian city and people’s empathy, she again had a collective exhibition at the Museum of Non-Conformist Art, Saint Petersburg, Russia in 2015. This exhibition was part of the art festival “New Names” supported by the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation. Kuramitsu’s paintings using oil, acrylic, pastel or ink express human's spirits―joy in the relationship, happiness in the daily life, agony and sorrow in the depth of the heart. She enjoys painting human to express these emotions. Her art is mostly abstract, and every scene on her paintings comes from her imagination. Colors she uses harmonize each other so they do not give a discomfort feeling to the viewers. Her paintings are always soft as she believes that human's heart sometimes needs to be soft to harmonize in this society. Her art with invisible strokes expresses a beauty of harmony.

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