September 1 –September 30, 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Yoko Kitazaki

Moving Circles

A warm welcome to you all. 
The theme for the solo exhibition of Yoko Kitazaki is “Moving Circles.”
Circles, as a well-rounded shape, represent harmony and order.
When the circles start moving and interacting with one another, new changes occur.
The common theme of the artworks is that “Despite the differences of culture or ethnicity, let ourselves get going like these circles and create a new age together.”

皆様ようこそ
Yoko Kitazakiの個展テーマは、“Moving Circles”です。
円は、まとまりのある形で調和や秩序を表します。
その円たちが動き出し、互いに作用すると新しい変化が起こります。
作品の共通テーマは、「文化や民族が違っても、私たちはこの円のように動き出して、一緒に新しい時代を創ろう」です。

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

The world is in constant change. The changes it makes give people not only joys and richness but also pains and sorrows.
In this time of difficulties, it is important that we accept the differences between each other instead of segregating and excluding the others.
What I expressed in these artworks is how colors and shapes practice “Penetration” and “Fusion,” thus conducting an act of “Inclusion” and “Unite” with one another.
It is like mineralogical composition, and we can receive important messages from the Earth.

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

Penetration

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
15.75 x 15.75 inches
2021
(without frame)

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

Fusion

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
15.75 x 15.75 inches
2021
(without frame)

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

Inclusion

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
(without frame)

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

Unite

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
(without frame)

What takes place in society can be compared to natural phenomena.
The shift of lights and shadows that we are experiencing now is the time of the “Crescent Moon.”
Shall we create the “Flow” of the time with me so that the future will be full of light?
My works “Sealed colors” and “Words I couldn’t say” embody the message toward once again taking out the precious feelings that are staying inside your heart, not throwing them away. Please collect them, make them into a “Bouquet,” and give it away to countless people around you.
And as we feel the refreshing breeze that invites a new season “At the end of summer,” why don’t we move forward together?

Yoko Kitazaki - Painter- JCAT artist

Crescent Moon

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
$480 (without frame)

Yoko Kitazaki - Painter- JCAT artist

Flow

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
(without frame)

Yoko Kitazaki - Painter- JCAT artist

Sealed colors

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
$300 (without frame)

Yoko Kitazaki - Painter- JCAT artist

Words I couldn’t say

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
$300 (without frame)

Yoko Kitazaki - Painter- JCAT artist

Bouquet

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
$300 (without frame)

Yoko Kitazaki - Painter- JCAT artist

At the end of summer

canvas, acrylic gouache, medium
11.82 x 11.82 inches
2021
$300 (without frame)

Yoko Kitazaki JCAT Painter

 Yoko Kitazaki was born in Kyoto and learned oil painting from an early age. She loved the layered colors of “Water Lilies” drawn by Monet, and she wanted to express the changing light. She majored in dyeing at Kyoto City University of Arts, and in the past, dyeing and oil painting were the means of expression.
 With the changes in the world in 2020, she began to create abstract paintings using acrylic paints. Monet’s colors and the dyeing design still influences her expression.
 Her current activities are exhibited at overseas exhibitions such as Divulgarti in Italy. The theme of her production is based on duality and contains the message of “Seeing the whole phenomenon from the viewpoint of the mind. ”As a feature of the work, she changes the smooth paints to“ movement, flow, luster, lumps, and cracks” and so on. This is due to her idea of rebonding the pigments.

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