March 1 – March 31, 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Momiji

Mysterious Sights

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

Reincarnation

canvas, oil paint
17.91 × 14.96 inches
2021
$2,000 (without frame)

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

The Black Sacred Horse of a Shrine

canvas, oil paint
13.11 × 9.53 inches
2020
$900 (without frame)

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

Feel the Balance Between Height and Depth

canvas, oil paint
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2020
$700 (without frame)

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

A Blessed Forest

canvas, oil paint
8.66 × 10.75 inches
2020
$700 (without frame)

Momiji - Drawing- JCAT artist

A Deer Path

canvas, oil paint
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2020
$700 (without frame)

Momiji - Drawing- JCAT artist

Preciousness of Life

canvas, oil paint
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2020
$700 (without frame)

Momiji - Drawing- JCAT artist

A Maiden in a Bud

canvas, oil paint
8.66 × 10.75 inches
2020
$700 (without frame)

Momiji - Drawing- JCAT artist

The Dramatic Sky and the Mysterious Hill

canvas, oil paint
10.75 × 8.66 inches
2020
$700 (without frame)

Momiji - Drawing- JCAT artist

The Spirit of a Falls

canvas, oil paint
9.53 × 13.11 inches
2020
$900 (without frame)

Momiji - Drawing- JCAT artist

Inner Madness

canvas, oil paint
13.11 × 9.53 inches
2021
$900 (without frame)

Momiji

Momiji was born in 1985 and has lived in Kagawa Prefecture since she was 10 years old. She liked to draw since she was little, but felt as if art was not necessary for a proper life, so she decided to let it go. However, her life in Tokyo as a working adult and her experience with the outcomes of the Great East Japan Earthquake, changed her way of thinking as she learned about the value of the things she likes.

Since then, she studied at Musashino Art University, and has been aiming to create artworks that portray the beauty felt by the heart and the balance sought by instincts. She mainly creates oil paintings, and draws nature and living things as motifs to bring about beauty and the sense of presence.

From her 12 year experience with kendo as a student, she believes that everything is a fight against yourself, and aims for harmony with the world beyond that. Along with such thoughts, the traditional spirit and region-specific sensibilities gained through training are naturally included to create a unique world that takes some Japanese shapes and colors.

In 2021, she exhibited for the first time in “Japanese Arts”.

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