yushi sato

flower of dolphins
flower of dolphins

flower of dolphins

Acrylic, egg shell, sand, wood panel
11.02 × 9.06 Inch
2020
$550 (without Frame)

JCAT artist yushi sato the the exhibition "The Gift". Acrylic artworks with egg shells and wood panel. Japanese art.

flower of birds

Acrylic, egg shell, wood panel
11.02 × 9.06 Inch
2020
$550 (without Frame)

JCAT artist yushi sato the the exhibition "The Gift". Acrylic artworks with wood panel. Japanese art.

flower of rabbits

Acrylic, wood panel
11.02 × 9.06 Inch
2019
$330 (without Frame)

Nice to meet you! My name is Yushi. My decorative artworks are characterized by its geometric-like patterns. I hope to discover the uniqueness of all life on earth through the expression of my artwork, and cannot wait to connect and harmonize with different cultures around the world through love. 

By  yushi sato

JCAT artist yushi sato the the exhibition "The Gift". Acrylic artworks with egg shells and wood panel. Japanese art.

yushi sato

yushi sato was born in 1977 in Saitama Prefecture. After working at a flower shop, she began her freelance illustrator career and has been creating illustrations and mangas for books, magazines, and websites, as well as being an artist on the side.

She has presented her works at several overseas exhibitions such as the Reddot Art Fair in Miami (2013) and Affordable Art Fair in London (2016).

In 2005, she co-authored and published the illustration essay book, “タイは今日も海色” (Even today, Thailand is ocean-colored). She experienced moving often during her childhood.

She realized the joy of connecting and interacting with people and places through her art expressions. Through her theme that people are not lonely and all lives are connected, influenced and harmonious, she weaves together and draws each individual shape of life and its uniqueness.

She also focuses on the common knowledge surrounding race, language, time, and space and patterns that have remained around the world since ancient times. She creates with the certainty that drawing a shape is a prayer for everything.

She expresses with various materials, but mainly uses acrylic. Recently, she has been experimenting with semi-dimensional expressions in order to pursue “art as nature” that blends into the living space.

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