fenikkusu

Online Exhibition
August 1 –August 31 , 2020

SOLO Exhibition

okayoko

ugomeku nichiyoubi

okayoko
fenikkusu

fenikkusu

canvas.acrylic.paper clay
6.69 × 9.06 Inch
2020
$450 (without Frame)

saita

saita

canvas.acrylic
17.91 × 20.86 Inch
2019
$300 (without Frame)

tuita

tuita

canvas.acrylic
20.86 × 17.91 Inch
2017
$300 (without Frame)

kanjiru

kanjiru

canvas.acrylic
17.91 × 20.86 Inch
2018
$300 (without Frame)

renai genkaku kinoko3

renai genkaku kinoko3

canvas.acrylic.paper clay
9.05 × 12.2 Inch
2018
$300 (without Frame)

gold spiderweb

gold spiderweb

canvas.acrylic.paper clay
7.28 × 10.03 Inch
2020
$250 (without Frame)

ugomeku

ugomeku

canvas.acrylic.paper clay
20.86 × 25.98 Inch
2020
$600 (without Frame)

distorted spine

distorted spine

canvas.acrylic.paper clay
8.66 × 10.82 Inch
2019
$300 (without Frame)

KAIKA

KAIKA

canvas.acrylic.paper clay
17.91 × 21.45 Inch
2020
$600 (without Frame)

tunagari

tunagari

canvas.acrylic.paper clay
19.68 × 25.98 Inch
2020
$600 (without Frame)

okayoko

okayoko

Born in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture and surrounded by a tea plantation and rich greenery, okayoko has been a fan of crafts and paintings since she was little. She always worked on it, sometimes even borrowing her father’s SLR and filming her favorite stuffed toys like a scene in a movie. She wants art to feel familiar, so she still uses specific materials such as acrylic paint and paper clay, which she used when she was a kid. She graduated from the Saga Museum with a short-term Major in 1998. She won the University Award for her graduation work. In March 1999, during the bubbly Millennial years, she opened her first solo exhibition “Okayoko”, which initiated her full-scale art activities. It was held at Gallery Sagittarius in Kyoto, and people were able to experience a fetus in a simulated manner. She also participated in group exhibitions and held solo exhibitions throughout the year. When she created artworks, the changing emotions on the inside were disregarded. She began to focus more on the changes in emotions that were born from the relationship with the outside, especially with air, rain, and water. She feels the connection between the powerful energy of nature, such as plants, flowers, light, living things, and her own inner scenery. People who have seen the work of “Okayoko” feel something with their own eyes and heart. Their hearts are moved and they derive their own answers. She hopes that the trajectory of her work will continue to exist honestly in the heart.

1 Comment

  1. 私はokayokoさんの作品が好きです。
    理由はわからないけど。
    上手く表現できませんが、okayokoさんの作品を見たときの、心と体に感じる感覚が好きです。

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UGOMEKU KARADA

UGOMEKU KARADA

canvas, acrylic, paper clay | 49.1×60.9Inch | 2020
$300

okayoko

okayoko
Born in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture and surrounded by a tea plantation and rich greenery, okayoko has been a fan of crafts and paintings since she was little. She always worked on it, sometimes even borrowing her father’s SLR and filming her favorite stuffed toys like a scene in a movie. She wants art to feel familiar, so she still uses specific materials such as acrylic paint and paper clay, which she used when she was a kid. She graduated from the Saga Museum with a short-term Major in 1998. She won the University Award for her graduation work. In March 1999, during the bubbly Millennial years, she opened her first solo exhibition “Okayoko”, which initiated her full-scale art activities. It was held at Gallery Sagittarius in Kyoto, and people were able to experience a fetus in a simulated manner. She also participated in group exhibitions and held solo exhibitions throughout the year. When she created artworks, the changing emotions on the inside were disregarded. She began to focus more on the changes in emotions that were born from the relationship with the outside, especially with air, rain, and water. She feels the connection between the powerful energy of nature, such as plants, flowers, light, living things, and her own inner scenery. People who have seen the work of “Okayoko” feel something with their own eyes and heart. Their hearts are moved and they derive their own answers. She hopes that the trajectory of her work will continue to exist honestly in the heart.

“Your single word/review, can change an artist’s life.”

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Just a single word, or a review, can build an artist’s motivation.
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