acrylic on canvas
9.53 × 13.11 inches
$185 (without frame)
Drawing flowers for mother’s day
Japanese watercolor, ballpoint pen, drawing paper
8.62 × 10.63 inches
$115 (with frame)
Tadashi-NISHIMORI draws fresh flower arrangements and ripe fruits.
Resonating with the visually captured casual and beautiful shapes, he draws calmly and stoically.
“Drawing flowers for mother’s day” expresses the feeling of “always being thankful” with a fresh bouquet.
He relaxes and concentrates, as he faces the screen and uses his brush to play freely with colors.
The color pigments smudge and create a breath of a beautiful phenomenon, as he uses a 0.38mm ballpoint pen to have fun and play with the shapes. While feeling relaxed, he expresses the beauty of everyday life.
その中でも、Drawing flowers for mother’s day は、新鮮な花束と共に「いつもありがとう」という思いを表現している。
Japanese watercolor, watercolor pencils, ballpoint pen, drawing paper
11.89 × 15.47 inches
$147 (with frame)
Tadashi-NISHIMORI was born in Nara prefecture. He was raised on sacred land and learned that god is everywhere around him. As if conversing with the gods around him, he started drawing when he was little.
Like giggling, he relaxes and looks at the beautiful and inspirational shapes around him.
He draws using acrylic, gansai (Japanese watercolor), watercolor colored pencils, and so on on canvases, boards, or watercolor papers. His paintings feature landscapes, still life, and snapshots.
From 1993-1997, he studied oil painting at a vocational school. Without entering art college, he moved to Tokyo. From 1997-2004, he held a group exhibition every year. From 1999-2007, he designed magazine illustrations and cafe menus, and sold hand-drawn t-shirts. He is currently creating while working in a company.