January 1 – January 31 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Tomo

bring

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

bring

campus, gofun, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 5.91 × 5.91 inches, 2020
$288 (without frame)

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

bring

campus, gofun, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 5.91 × 5.91 inches, 2020
$288 (without frame)

dearDOIG

campus, gofun, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 5.51 × 7.01 inches, 2020
$288 (without frame)

tower

tower

campus, gofun, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 5.91 × 5.91 inches, 2020
$288 (without frame)

voice by Japanese painter and JCAT artist Tomo. Solo exhibition "bring"

voice

campus, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 5.91 × 5.91 inches, 2020
$288 (without frame)

Tomo - drawing, painting - JCAT artist

city

pen, 11.81 × 11.81 inches, 2019
 (without frame)

Tomo - drawing, painting - JCAT artist

row

campus, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 15.75 × 15.75 inches, 2020
(without frame)

Tomo - drawing, painting - JCAT artist

row

campus, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 20.47 × 28.35 inches, 2020
$1,920 (without frame)

Tomo - drawing, painting - JCAT artist

signpost

campus, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 14.96 × 18.11 inches, 2020
$672 (without frame)

Tomo - drawing, painting - JCAT artist

Fisheye

campus, acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, 15.75 × 15.75 inches, 2019
$384 (without frame)

Tomo

Tomo was born and raised in a small town in Saitama prefecture. There was a perfect environment around her house for nature to spread and for her to fantasize in. She often imagined an invisible world when she climbed the roof and looked at the stars in the night sky. She was able to express herself freely with confidence when she was painting. She was moved by nature, literature, music, manga, and movies, and graduated from the department of oil painting at Musashino Art University. When she was in college,
she encountered two unforgettable works. “Mogami River” by Japanese-style painter, Hitoshi Komats and “Back” by Polish painter and sculptor, Abacanovic. She realized the overwhelming power emitted from the works. She also wanted to create artworks that reach people’s hearts.
The world she draws is quiet. She begins by drawing a line using acrylic paint or an ink pen, and then adds more color to it. By repeating this process, sounds disappear from her work. The blue and white screen depicts a stable, unstable, and illogical space, such as a building with square windows or a nostalgic place. Something that is invisible, but still exists. She wants to draw and express such sensory subtleties. She wants you to feel free and she wants to give hope.

Major exhibitions and awards:

2018 “Matsui Tomoko Exhibition” Gallery Blanc Nagano
“Kaya Art Competition” Roger Award, Kaya Award
2019 “Blue Perspective” Sakuragi Gallery Tokyo, Gallery Kinasa Traveling Exhibition
“Art Olympia 2019” Semi-Honorable Mention
2020 “Small Art Exhibition vol.4” Nagano NY Tour
Selected for “Kaya Art Competition”

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