February 1 – February 28 , 2021

SOLO Exhibition

Yoshimi

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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

sakura

washi
19.69 × 15.75 inches 
 2020
(with frame)

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

butterfly

washi
15.75 × 15.75 inches
 2020
$800 (with shiraki frame)

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

cool

washi
31.1 × 21.65 inches 
 2009
(with frame)

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

The sea

washi (handmade Japanese paper on mat)
20.08 × 15.35 inches
 2020
$900 (with frame)

Yoshimi - Calligraphy - JCAT artist

Mind / Spirit / Creation

washi
16.54 × 20.47 inches
 2020
$600 (with frame)

Yoshimi - Calligraphy - JCAT artist

vigor

washi
16.54 × 20.47 inches
2020
$600 (with frame)

Yoshimi - Calligraphy - JCAT artist

we

acrylic
17.32 × 12.2 inches
2020
$600 (without frame)

Yoshimi - Calligraphy - JCAT artist

hope

washi (handmade Japanese paper on mat)
11.42 × 14.96 inches
2020
$900 (with frame)

Yoshimi - Calligraphy - JCAT artist

Touching / Touching sounds

gold foil
18.31 × 21.46 inches
2018
$1,100 (with frame)

Yoshimi - Calligraphy - JCAT artist

cloud

washi
18.31 × 18.31 inches
2018
$600 (with frame)

Yoshimi

Yoshimi was born in Fukui and practiced calligraphy since she was 6 years old, but when she got married, she separated ways with calligraphy. However, she became interested in an interior calligraphy article, and knocked on the doors of a gallery in Minami Aoyama, Tokyo. It was interesting for her that interior calligraphy required not only the techniques of calligraphy, but also a good sense and expressiveness.
The delicate and beautiful world created by one stroke cannot be rewritten. Lifestyles have changed, and the Japanese culture of calligraphy is no longer familiar, but she believes that if the work matches the contemporary space as art, it can attract the attention of people around the world. Freed from the shackles and a brush in hand, she creates calligraphy works that present a beautiful landscape and scene in the mind’s of those who see it.
Currently encouraged to stay home, it would be her greatest joy if she can deliver an oasis to the mind and heart of those who come across her artworks.

 

8 comments

  1. Hi, Yoshimi-san,
    Congratulations on your debut as an international artist.
    There are wonderful “pause” ”Ma”. I like “We” pretty much.

  2. Yoshimi-san
    Please accept my most sincere congratulation and my best wishes for your success in this exhibition in NY.
    It is the best season of daffodils on the Echizen Seashore now.

  3. Her works exude a hip and cool vibe that feels relevant today. Like a jazz trio in the midst of an orchestra.

  4. Yoshimi-san,
    Congratulations on your debut in ny online solo exhibition!
    Through your arts, photographs and videos, I felt a love and respect for people and nature.
    In particular, I personally like the work of “hope”, because there is a “hopeful” feeling.

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