Flower

Online Exhibition
August 1 –August 31 , 2020

SOLO Exhibition

Aki Tsuchiya

Be Alive

Aki Tsuchiya
Flower

Flower

Chinese paper, Color sumi ink
18.5 × 13.78 Inch
2020
$350 (with Frame)

Fudo-Wisdom king-

Fudo-Wisdom king-

Chinese paper, Color sumi ink
36.61 × 18.5 Inch
2013
$400 (with Frame)

Life&Die

Life&Die

Chinese paper, Pale sumi ink
29.41 × 28.74 Inch
2020
$600 (with Frame)

Extreme-Kougoku-

Extreme-Kougoku-

Japanese paper, Acrylic, Gold ink
36.22 × 24.41 Inch
2020
$650 (with Frame)

KOKORO

KOKORO

Chinese paper, sumi ink
29.41 × 23.62 Inch
2020
$500 (with Frame)

Hou-un

Hou-un

Chinese paper, sumi ink
22.64 × 15.94 Inch
2020
$500 (with Frame)

Alive

Alive

Chinese paper , sumi ink
29.41 × 29.13 Inch
2020
$500 (with Frame)

The Phoenix

The Phoenix

Canvas, Acrylic
29.53 × 51.18 Inch
2019
$400 (without Frame)

Revival

Revival

Chinese paper , Pale sumi ink
52.09 × 30.43 Inch
2019
$700 (with Frame)

For you

For you

Japanese paper , sumi ink
16.3 × 13.31 Inch
2020
$300 (with Frame)

Aki Tsuchiya

Aki Tsuchiya

Aki Tsuchiya was born and raised in Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture.

He began calligraphy at a very early age, and has continued to this day. Until college he had devoted himself to both kendo (The Way of the Sword) and calligraphy, but attracted to the charm of calligraphic art, he chose to become a calligrapher.

While earning a living as a hotelman, he devoted himself in his spare time to his calligraphy, and within ten years he became independent as a calligrapher.  

Aki’s calligraphy has received several awards, including a Kanagawa Shimbun Award, and the Gold Award at the Naritasan National Competition. In 2014 he held a solo exhibition at Kamakura, and in 2016 he was selected for the prestigious Shotousha Exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. He has also been the invited calligraphy performer at foreign-affiliated hotels in Japan. In addition, he creates calligraphy sign boards for luxury inns.

Based on the concept of “things that are close to people’s hearts,” he has created many works that mainly use ink and acrylic paint. With this concept in mind, using a warm, enveloping line or dark black, he draws rough lines and produces works that represent the human heart. In addition, Aki will be holding an event called “Word Spirit Calligraphy” that will embody both word and spirit. The aim of this event is to help people derive direction by making visible their individual thoughts and goals.

He continues his endless adventures with the goal of “creating works that connect calligraphy directly to people’s lives, and creating works that will bring about change in their hearts.”

1 Comment

  1. 素晴らしい作品で感動しました。実際に見てみたいので、お時間見て個展ありましたらお誘いください。

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