20200531purplelight

20200531purplelight

2020
watercolor
9.5×13 Inch (24.2×33.3cm)
$300

mask2

drypoint | 3.9×3.9 Inch(10x10cm) | 2019
$100

mask2
20200531lakeshore

20200531lakeshore

watercolor | 7.4×9.4 Inch (19.0×24.0cm) | 2020
$200

Tomoko Horiguchi

Tomoko Horiguchi was born in Hyogo Japan, and in her childhood she moved around the country every two or three years for her father’s job. After she was 13 years old, she has been living in Osaka.

 At a university, she majored in esthetics and art histories, and belonged to an art club. She has attended many group exhibitions, and held solo exhibition in 2010.
Horiguchi’s origin of her art is in her childhood, freely drawings on big papers that her mother put on the wall. She tried to do every art technique like oil paintings, japanese paintings, collages, concrete expressions, and abstract expressions. Now she makes drypoint, and monotype prints with PVC boards. She thinks that the lines of drypoint are fresh, have direct energies, and monotype captures the moment on the paper.Her works are guided by inspirations, intuitions that come from art materials, art techniques, and her daily life.  She is interested in spiritual things, and energy. It is not so important for her what to draw, but the energy of the work. This makes her always try to attain a higher energy level in her works.

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Online Exhibition
June 1 –June 30 , 2020

SOLO Exhibition

Tomoko Horiguchi

The Diversity Within Me

Hello. My name is Tomoko. Using different techniques, I am creating prints in Osaka, Japan. People are polyhedral (multiple sides). My artworks are based on what side the light shines in that moment. I would like to shine the multiple sides of myself, learn constantly, continue experimenting and challenging, and create artworks full of energy. I hope you enjoy the various styles of my work.
By Tomoko Horiguchi

faces 11

drypoint monotype| 11.8×11.8Inch(30x30cm) | 2017 | 1/1
$300

faces13

drypoint monotype| 11.8×11.8Inch(30x30cm) | 2017 | 1/1
$300

faces15

drypoint monotype| 11.8×11.8Inch(30x30cm) | 2017 | 1/1
$300

faces17

drypoint monotype| 3.9×3.9Inch(10x10cm) | 2018 | 1/1
$50

A Grey and A Skelton 1

A Grey and A Skelton1

drypoint | 3.9×3.9Inch (10x10cm) |  2019 | ED- 8
$100

A Grey and A Skelton 2

A Grey and A Skelton2

drypoint | 3.9×3.9Inch(10x10cm) |  2019 | ED- 8
$100

A Grey and A Skelton 3

A Grey and A Skelton3

drypoint | 3.9×3.9Inch(10x10cm) |  2019 | ED- 8
$100

stones (1)

stones

oil on canvas | 20.87×20.87Inch(53x53cm)  | 2019
$1,000

stones

oil on canvas | 20.87×20.87Inch(53x53cm)  | 2019
$1,000

stones(2)

stones

stonesetching 1

etching | 9.4×3.1Inch(24×7.8cm) |  2019 | ED- 3
$500

 Tomoko Horiguchi was born in Hyogo Japan, and in her childhood she moved around the country every two or three years for her father’s job. After she was 13 years old, she has been living in Osaka.  At a university, she majored in esthetics and art histories, and belonged to an art club. She has attended many group exhibitions, and held solo exhibition in 2010.
Horiguchi’s origin of her art is in her childhood, freely drawings on big papers that her mother put on the wall. She tried to do every art technique like oil paintings, japanese paintings, collages, concrete expressions, and abstract expressions. Now she makes drypoint, and monotype prints with PVC boards. She thinks that the lines of drypoint are fresh, have direct energies, and monotype captures the moment on the paper.Her works are guided by inspirations, intuitions that come from art materials, art techniques, and her daily life.  She is interested in spiritual things, and energy. It is not so important for her what to draw, but the energy of the work. This makes her always try to attain a higher energy level in her works.

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