January 1 – January 31 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Hiroyuki

Landscape 2018-2020

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

Sky landscape

watercolor, 9.53 × 13.11 inches, 2018
$100 (without frame)

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

Sunrise

watercolor, 5.79 × 3.94 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

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

Pray to the sun

watercolor, 3.94 × 5.79 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

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

Sparkle

watercolor, 3.94 × 5.79 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

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

Nightfall

watercolor, 3.94 × 5.79 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

Hiroyuki - painter - JCAT artist

Station

watercolor, 3.94 × 5.79 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

Hiroyuki - painter - JCAT artist

Walk

watercolor, 3.94 × 5.79 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

Hiroyuki - painter - JCAT artist

Dark color

watercolor, 5.79 × 3.94 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

Hiroyuki - painter - JCAT artist

Life is only once

watercolor, 3.94 × 5.79 inches, 2020
$50 (without frame)

Hiroyuki - painter - JCAT artist

The way of the blue sky

watercolor, 16.14 × 12.48 inches, 2018
$150 (without frame)

Hiroyuki

Hiroyuki was born in 1962 in Iwata City, Shizuoka Prefecture and currently resides there. He graduated from the Department of Art and Design at Kyoto Seika University, with completion of the Japanese Painting Course.
While enrolled in university, he studied painting methods using mineral pigments and expression methods using foil, which is one of the traditional Japanese cultures. While he was in school, he was selected twice for the Kyoto City Art Exhibition. He was also selected for the Kyoto Prefectural Art Exhibition. Since graduating from university, he has been working as a public junior high school art teacher in Shizuoka. While working, he was selected twice for the painting section of the Iwata City Arts Festival and the Tenryu River Painting Open Call Exhibition. In recent years, he has also exhibited at the Toyohashi Triennale.
He is currently fascinated by the transparent expression of watercolor paintings, and hopes to capture a feeling of the present when drawing landscapes and daily moments of life. He is currently a recommended member of the JIWI Japan International Watercolor Society.

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