welcome

Online Exhibition
September 1 –September 30, 2020

SOLO Exhibition

Hirosan Naito

Let’s play as you wish.

welcome

welcome

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 13.11 × 20.87 Inch , 2018
$950 (without frame )

blue moon

blue moon

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 20.87 × 13.11 Inch , 2020
$950 (without frame )

moonlight world 1

moonlight world 1

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 20.87 × 17.91 Inch , 2020
$950 (without frame )

guardian dragon

guardian dragon

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 20.87 × 13.11 Inch , 2020
$760 (without frame )

forest spirit

forest spirit

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 13.11 × 20.87 Inch , 2017
$760 (without frame )

the break

the break

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 6.22 × 17.87 Inch , 2020
$760 (with frame )

city in the blue

city in the blue

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 9.53 × 13.11 Inch , 2019
$760 (without frame )

moon on the lake

moon on the lake

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 13.11 × 20.87 Inch , 2018
$950 (with frame )

cherry blossoms

cherry blossoms

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint,silver , 6.22 × 8.94 Inch , 2019
$665 (with frame )

into the blue

into the blue

wooden panel,Japanese paper,Mineral paint , 20.87 × 13.11 Inch , 2018
$950 (with frame )

Hirosan Naito

Hirosan Naito

Hirosan Naito was born in Shimane, Japan in 1962. There are many strange stories, such as myths and legends, in his hometown. Therefore, there is a mysterious atmosphere, where the power of invisible things are easy to understand. From his enrollment in Shimane University art department to the present, he deepened his research on metal crafts, ink painting, and Japanese painting. At the same time, he taught children who suffered for a variety of reasons and experienced joy, sorrow, and prayer. Gradually, he became aware of the presence of the invisible, warm, and beautiful powers and the brilliance of people’s prayers. From this, he became very attracted to the world of blue and light. Today, he paints with “Iwa enogu” and metals. “Iwa enogu” is the mineral powder paints used in Japanese painting. It gives a very deep and unique blue color. The work he produces gives deep emotions. His imagination seems like a peephole that reminds the audience of the importance of prayers.

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