Online Exhibition
September 1 –September 30 , 2020

SOLO Exhibition

YUKO ONOGAKI

Dear life

Nice to meet you. My name is YUKO. I draw pastel artworks. I love the stop of time when I am drawing and in contact with art. I hope we can share such warm and calming time. 

Polar bear cubs

Polar bear cubs

soft pastel.colored pencils , 11.22×8.27 Inch , 2020
$120 (with frame)

Prairie dog

Prairie dog

soft pastel.colored pencils , 11.22×8.27 Inch , 2020
$100 (with frame)
Fawn

Fawn

soft pastel.colored pencils , 11.22×8.27 Inch , 2020
$100 (with frame)

Foggy forest

Foggy forest

soft pastel.colored pencils , 12.8×9.45Inch , 2020
$120 (with frame)
On the hill

On the hill

soft pastel.colored pencils , 11.22×8.27 Inch , 2020
$100 (with frame)

With the moon

With the moon

soft pastel.colored pencils , 11.22×8.27 Inch , 2020
$100 (with frame)
hand in hand

hand in hand

soft pastel.colored pencils , 12.8×9.45Inch , 2020
$130 (with frame)
Petal

Petal

soft pastel.colored pencils , 11.54×13.9Inch , 2017
$120 (with frame)

Lily of the valley

soft pastel.colored pencils , 12.99×17.72Inch , 2019
$180 (with frame)
YOU. - Painter - JCAT artist

YUKO ONOGAKI

Born and raised in Kanagawa Prefecture, YUKO ONOGAKI has loved drawing since she was a little girl. Even today, when she is not working, she is drawing.

She was drawn to the warmth of the art material, pastel, and in 2013, she earned her pastel art instructor certificate and began drawing pastel artworks. By using eyebrow pencils and burnt brown watercolor pencils as borders, she gradually learned how to draw her images and uses her finger, cotton, and cotton swabs to draw pastel artworks.

Continuing her series on the little girl angel, which was the first drawing that felt like her own, she prefers drawing the adorableness and beauty of life in animals. She values the time she uses to draw Earth’s colorful nature and the world’s compassion in life.  

Art surpasses words and creates peace in the heart. It has the mysterious power to invite people into a world full of freedom. YUKO believes that she will feel complete happiness if she is able to draw an artwork that even slightly heals someone’s heart.

From 2014 to 2018, YUKO joined an yearly group exhibition. In 2019, she joined an three-person exhibition and a group exhibition four times in Yokohama and Jiyugaoka. In 2020, she exhibited at the same gallery and also joined Thumb-hole Exhibitions, and entered three exhibitions as of July.

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Humming bird
Humming bird

Humming bird

soft pastel.colored pencils
83.3 × 61.0 Inch
2020
$150 (with Frame )

Don't worry.be happy

Don’t worry.be happy

soft pastel.colored pencils
76.2 × 68.6 Inch
2017
$100 (with Frame )

Polar bear

Polar bear

soft pastel.colored pencils
114.3 × 83.3 Inch
2020
$120 (with Frame )

Nice to meet you. My name is YUKO. I draw pastel artworks. I hope the pastel’s warm colors comfort those who see it and heal the heart like a gentle ray of light.

YOU. - Painter - JCAT artist

YUKO ONOGAKI

Born and raised in Kanagawa Prefecture, YUKO ONOGAKI has loved drawing since she was a little girl. Even today, when she is not working, she is drawing.

She was drawn to the warmth of the art material, pastel, and in 2013, she earned her pastel art instructor certificate and began drawing pastel artworks. By using eyebrow pencils and burnt brown watercolor pencils as borders, she gradually learned how to draw her images and uses her finger, cotton, and cotton swabs to draw pastel artworks.

Continuing her series on the little girl angel, which was the first drawing that felt like her own, she prefers drawing the adorableness and beauty of life in animals. She values the time she uses to draw Earth’s colorful nature and the world’s compassion in life.  

Art surpasses words and creates peace in the heart. It has the mysterious power to invite people into a world full of freedom. YUKO believes that she will feel complete happiness if she is able to draw an artwork that even slightly heals someone’s heart.

From 2014 to 2018, YUKO joined an yearly group exhibition. In 2019, she joined an three-person exhibition and a group exhibition four times in Yokohama and Jiyugaoka. In 2020, she exhibited at the same gallery and also joined Thumb-hole Exhibitions, and entered three exhibitions as of July.

1 Comment

  1. Thank you very much for your happy heartful pictures! I really moved your artworks!

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