TOMOKA Solo Exhibition | Acrylic paintings

Online Exhibition

December 1 – December 31 , 2020

SOLO Exhibition

TOMOKA

  TOMOKA

Japanese Art Modern and Traditional Styles
Online Solo Exhibition December - Online Exhibitions featuring original artwork and contemporary art on display at the JCAT Online Gallery

Mt.Fuji -the blue moon-

Acrylic, paper , 21.34 × 15.43 Inch , 2019
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

The Moon of Times Square

Acrylic, paper , 15.43 × 21.34 Inch , 2020
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

Mt.Fuji -Lakeside-

Acrylic, paper , 21.34 × 15.43 Inch , 2019
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

The Statue of Liberty -the night flight Ⅱ-

Acrylic, paper , 21.34 × 15.43 Inch , 2017
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

Joy of Spring -Mt. Fuji-

Acrylic, paper , 21.34 × 15.43 Inch , 2018
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Acrylic, canvas , 23.86 × 19.69 Inch , 2018
$800 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

Mt. Fuji -the encountering-

Acrylic, paper , 21.34 × 15.43 Inch , 2018
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | NY Theme | Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty

Acrylic, paper , 15.43 × 21.34 Inch , 2017
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

Mt. Fuji -early summer-

Acrylic, paper , 21.34 × 15.43 Inch , 2016
$600 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

Mt. Fuji -cloud sea-

Acrylic, canvas , 20.87 × 16.14 Inch , 2017
$800 (without Frame)

TOMOKA Solo Exhibition - Drawing acrylic paintings | Japanese art

TOMOKA

TOMOKA was born in 2001 in Yokohama with autism and intellectual disabilities.
At the age of seven, her mother found something that looked like a doodle in the margin of her textbook. She soon realized that it was Mt. Fuji, which was the beginning of TOMOKA’s art. This became an opportunity for her to attend a painting class.
Why does TOMOKA draw? She cannot understand her disabilities. She wonders why she cannot talk like others and why she cannot understand conversations well. She tries to communicate with others, but is often not satisfied. Therefore, she draws paintings. She is trying to express herself by drawing. The colors she chooses become her words.
The characteristics of TOMOKA’s art are vivid colors and a powerful touch. She wants to give power to the viewers and make them happy. She includes these intentions in all of her works.

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