February 1 – February 28 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Ann

Happy world

Online Solo Exhibition February - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery
I'm proud to be me

I’m proud to be me

canvas, acrylic paint
39.37 × 25.59 inches
2019
$1,200 (without frame)

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

The Earth

canvas, acrylic paint
20.87 × 31.5 inches
2019
$1,100 (without frame)

Nana lives happily in the circles

Nana lives happily in the circles

canvas, acrylic paint
31.5 × 20.87 inches
2019
$1,100 (without frame)

Soul shine

Soul shine

canvas, acrylic paint
16.14 × 12.6 inches
2020
$600 (without frame)

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

Flower for you

canvas, acrylic paint
6.3 × 8.98 inches
2020
$186 (without frame)

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

My life, your life, same life

canvas, acrylic paint
6.3 × 8.98 inches
2020
$186 (without frame)

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

Forward

canvas, acrylic paint
10.83 × 8.66 inches
2020
$278 (without frame)

Ann - Painter - JCAT artist

Smile

canvas, acrylic paint
10.83 × 8.66 inches
2020
$278 (without frame)

Ann - Painter - JCAT artist

One world with various races

canvas, acrylic paint
13.19 × 9.65 inches
2020
$379 (without frame)

I want to be with you

I want to be with you

canvas, acrylic paint
9.65 × 13.19 inches
2020
$379 (without frame)

Ann was born in a small town in Gunma, Japan and grew up surrounded by mountains and flowers. She liked playing alone and has been painting pictures since she was little. She was influenced by Kenji Miyazawa’s books and started to paint a world of fantasy. At the age of fifteen, she learned how to sew clothes & kimonos, making the best and craziest embroideries. A woman once asked Ann to “ draw a lively picture” when she saw her painting a circle. She started painting a fantastic painting with three-dimensional, floating circles using acrylic paints. Inside the circle world were strange creatures. In the Circle World, all creatures eat a circle and don’t eat each other because they respect each other. The source of her inspiration comes from the circle of life and death, and the mystery of nature. Her embroidery uses 280 kinds of stitches with mirror-embroideries and beads. The main concept of her artwork is that it uses many colors under the theme of life and death. She tries to convey the message that the natural cycle of being born and dying is wonderful. The colorful world of fantasy and reality created by her embroidery and acrylic paints, attracts viewers and spreads infinitely in the world of imagination.

Ann’s history of major awards,1992 “National Knitting Handicraft competition” Monbudaijin first prize, Tokyo 2012 “Handicraft work Exhibition” Winning, Tokyo 2017 “ART SENSE vol 4” ARTIFE prize for Gunma Prefecture 2017 “Gunma Prefecture Exhibition” Winning for Gunma Prefecture

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