Art has many layers.
It softens the walls around us and calls upon our imaginations.
The unicorn born from this, supports dreams and hopes.
I would be happy if you could visualize a happy future through them.
Become the person you want to be
drawing paper, pigment ink, watercolor paint
11.82 x 9.85 inches
$120 (with frame)
drawing paper, pigment ink, watercolors
10.75 × 8.66 inches
$150 (with frame)
drawing paper, color brush pen
9.21 × 11.61 inches
$38 (without frame)
With freely drawn lines and various colors, suzu presents the unicorn as a way to express the thoughts that everyone has in their hearts, but cannot be expressed in words.
“Become the person you want to be” was an artwork born when she faced her own heart.
The butterfly-like unicorn symbolizes change and its big eyes represent the power of believing and the never-changing intentions.
The various colors express the possibility of becoming anyone if one believes. suzu introduces the unicorn to the world, as it helps those who are lost, but are still trying to move forward.
「 the person you want to be」は、そんな彼女が自身の心と向き合う中で誕生した作品である。
Ever since she was a child, suzu loved art, but also had an interest in space, the truth about the universe, and abstract concepts that cannot be seen by the eye. From this experience, she realized the mysterious powers of art and aspired to create art that helps others.
She then came up with the idea of unicorns. It was a perfect motif for its known power to heal and make dreams come true.
Since then, she has been creating art as an unicorn artist. The unicorns she draws have a sense of innocence and freedom that is symbolized through their distinctive large eyes. Those who see it are embraced with a range of thoughts.
She is very specific about the color combinations and the overlap conditions, so she prefers to use watercolors and pastel colors for its expressiveness.
2016, 2017, 2019 Exhibited at “Takara-bune Exhibition” at The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama (Saitama Prefecture)
2016 Exhibited at a New York Gallery
2016 Selected at the “Moonlight Exhibition” at Ginza Gekkoso