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The moon does not tell anything Print

Yu Kuramitsu

Japan

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For this artwork, I want you to feel something instead of telling you my experience. I hope you enjoy this artwork and think about your loved one. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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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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