February 1 – February 28 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Ako Toki

Longing

Online Solo Exhibition February - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery
Online Solo Exhibition February - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery

Whereabouts of feeling

poster color, colored pencil
12.64 × 17.44 inches 
2020
$313 (with frame)

Online Solo Exhibition February - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery

She

watercolor, poster color
7.91 × 10.67 inches
2020
$188 (without frame)

far

watercolor, poster color
7.91 × 10.67 inches
2020
$188 (without frame)

Online Solo Exhibition February - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery

Unexpectedly soon

watercolor, poster color
10.67 × 7.91 inches
2020
$188 (without frame)

Ako Toki - Painter - JCAT artist

Shikita’s Roberi

watercolor, poster color, colored pencil
27.56 × 35.43 inches
2021
$1,252 (without frame)

Ako Toki - Painter - JCAT artist

Spores dance

watercolor, poster color, colored pencil
22.83 × 29.53 inches
2021
$563 (without frame)

Ako Toki - Painter - JCAT artist

Release

poster color, colored pencil
8.27 × 11.69 inches
2012
(without frame)

Ako Toki - Painter - JCAT artist

Purify

poster color, colored pencil
20.28 × 28.66 inches
2012
(without frame)

Ako Toki - Painter - JCAT artist

yearn

watercolor, poster color, colored pencil
12.28 × 15.04 inches
2020
$313 (with frame)

Oranzeal

poster color, colored pencil
8.27 × 11.69 inches
2015
(without frame)

Ako Toki

Ako Toki was born in a small port town surrounded by the sea and mountains of Kumamoto. Inspired by her childhood when her grandfather painted fantasy flowers with colored pencils and crayons, she painted her own artworks as if she was breathing. From a copy of a TV anime, she gradually began to draw her own characters. She is convinced that the artist spirit of immersing herself in the world of manga, experiencing the encouragement of human beings living in reality, and creating the one and only thing in herself is absolutely necessary for her creations. One day, as if cheering herself up, an image of her strawberry hooded “Roberi,” suddenly emerged in her mind. To this day, her artworks use pencils, acrylic paints, poster colors, and Copic sketch markers to express her image, with a delicate touch of shading to reflect her thoughts.

She wants to convey the fragility of her life through her work. There is no such thing as obvious.

In May, August, and December of 2012, she participated in the group exhibition, “Army House Plus” (Kumamoto).

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