February 1 – February 28 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Kumiko YAMADA

kumiko YAMADA solo exhibition~nude&flower~

rose in red

Japanese pigment, hemp paper
8.94 × 6.22 inches
2021
$300 (without frame)

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

blue rose

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
6.22 × 8.94 inches
2020
$300 (without frame)

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

purple rose

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
6.22 × 8.94 inches
2020
$300 (without frame)

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

flower

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2012
$450 (without frame)

Kumiko YAMADA - Painter - JCAT artist

flower

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2012
$450 (without frame)

Kumiko YAMADA - Painter - JCAT artist

the fire of purple and silver2

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
8.66 × 10.75 inches
2020
$450 (without frame)

Kumiko YAMADA - Painter - JCAT artist

the fire of purple and silver5

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2020
$450 (without frame)

Kumiko YAMADA - Painter - JCAT artist

the fire of purple and silver4

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2020
$450 (without frame)

Kumiko YAMADA - Painter - JCAT artist

the fire of purple and silver3

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
8.66 × 10.75 inches
2020
$450 (without frame)

Kumiko YAMADA - Painter - JCAT artist

the fire of purple and silver1

Japanese pigment, hemp paper, silver foil
20.87 × 20.87 inches
2019
$1,000 (without frame)

Kumiko Yamada was born in Kobe and lives in Tokyo. She studied Japanese painting at Musashino Art University.

Her works express the psychological aspects of humans who are in conflict. Among the humans, she draws many works based on the concept that “people sometimes yearn for others”. The two extremes, such as men and women, life and death, heat and cold, blue and red, etc., can be attracted like magnets. It exists in human psychology, and people sometimes have a strong desire for something that they cannot have.

It may be a flaw or a romance. In other words, it depicts the fusion of souls. She also draws roses because she believes in the legend that “roses help patients with cancer.” From the experience of losing a friend with cancer, she draws a rose as a prayer. She has recently started abstract painting as well, which also expresses human emotions.

Since 2002, she has held a solo exhibition every two years in Ginza, Tokyo and her works have sold out at the Malaysia Art Expo.

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