Online Exhibition
June 1 –June 30 , 2020

SOLO Exhibition

deTaka

【Challenge and Pray】

Nice to meet you, my name is deTaka. The name deTaka comes from de Kooning, who I admire very much. I am usually working as a dentist. After entering my 60s, I began wanting to challenge myself with something new. As a method of self-expression, I chose abstract painting and modern art. I focus on acrylic painting and digital works with my iPhone. I would like to challenge myself on the global stage.

By deTaka

Sky,Earth,and Rainbow bridge by deTaka Japanese painter and JCAT artist group exhibition

Sky, Earth,and Rainbow bridge

acrylic on canvas
18 x 15 Inch
2018
$465

Metalic Wave

Metalic Wave

acrylic/canvas
29 x 24 Inch
2018
$1,000

Samurai Challenge 2019

acrylic/canvas
21×18  Inch
2019
$465

Samurai Challenge 2019
Femme Desiree by deTaka Japanese painter and JCAT artist group exhibition

Femme Desiree

acrylic/canvas
29 x 24 Inch
2019
$930

Hydrangia

Hydrangia

acrylic/canvas
29 x 24 Inch
2019
$930

Wisteria Shower

acrylic/wood board
29 x 24 Inch
2019
$930

Wisteria Shower by deTaka Japanese painter and JCAT artist group exhibition
Grass from Concrete

Grass from Concrete

acrylic/canvas
21 x 18 Inch
2019
$560

Samurai Challenge 2018

mixed media/canvas
18 x 15 Inch
2018
$465

Samurai Challenge 2018
deTaka - Japanese painter and JCAT artist acrylic colors Group Exhibition of JCAT gallery NY - Covid art - Pray for the end of pandemic

Pray for the end of pandemic

acrylic/canvas
21 x 18 Inch
2020
$560

December Goes Like a Storm

acrylic/canvas
29 x 24 Inch
2018
$930

December Goes Like a Storm

de Taka

Painter

deTaka was just a dentist. Until the death of David Bowie, he went to many people’s funerals and felt that people died and returned to nothing. However, three days before David Bowie’s death, he saw that Bowie had a big smile on his face, and deTaka realized – by how we express ourselves, we can leave something behind, like a fond lingering scent.

How deTaka expresses himself in his art is that the brush and the paint move freely, yet as if planned from a previous life that the colors should be so placed. Although chance is natural, he feels that his painting in the moment seems to have been decided, from something left from before.

deTaka is Japanese, and just as Japan has the ancient, traditional Japan of Kyoto, and the modern, Western-influenced Japan of Tokyo, likewise his paintings are divided into two series: those possessed of the traditional Japanese wabi-sabi aesthetic, and those of Western glamorous pop.

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