February 1 – February 28 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

WATANABE YUTA

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

OGYAA

canvas, acrylic, pen
35.83 × 46.06 inches 
2020
$3,069 (without frame)

PIKAPIKA

canvas, acrylic, pen
19.29 × 25.59 inches 
2020
$671 (without frame)

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

HONNWAKA

panel, acrylic
11.81 × 12.2 inches 
2020
$306 (without frame)

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

DOKIDOKI

panel, acrylic
8.66 × 10.63 inches 
2020
$287 (without frame)

WATANABE YUTA - Painter - JCAT artist

KYUNKYUN

panel, acrylic
8.66 × 10.63 inches 
2020
$287 (without frame)

WATANABE YUTA - Painter - JCAT artist

YUMEYUME

panel, acrylic
19.69 × 19.69 inches 
2020
$556 (without frame)

WATANABE YUTA - Painter - JCAT artist

HUWAHUWA

panel, acrylic
9.84 × 9.84 inches 
2020
$287 (without frame)

WATANABE YUTA - Painter - JCAT artist

PUKAPUKA

panel, acrylic
9.84 × 9.84 inches 
2020
$287 (without frame)

WATANABE YUTA - Painter - JCAT artist

YAA

canvas, acrylic, pen
8.66 × 10.63 inches 
2020
$268 (without frame)

WATANABE YUTA - Painter - JCAT artist

WARAWARA

canvas, acrylic, pen
19.69 × 19.69 inches 
2017
$431 (without frame)

WATANABE YUTA

Born and raised in a city with rich nature in Gifu prefecture, Yuta Watanabe set up an atelier in a place overlooking the mountains and rivers and works every day. Quiet and uncoordinated, he has expressed his existence and emotions by creating artworks. He was fascinated by the vibrant colors and shapes of primitive art he encountered while attending art college, and realized that art has become a part of his life during his stay in Paris in 2018. After making a complex matiere by applying red, yellow, blue, black, and white acrylic paints many times on a handmade wooden panel, he scraped the surface with a chisel, and used a highly transparent medium to make it glossier. He hopes to create a world view with a mysterious expression. With the theme of free thinking and a strong and ephemeral way of life, Watanabe’s studies continue with the thought that “art heals the mind” in the ever-changing scenery.

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