I will hold two solo exhibitions in Nagoya in October.I hope you will take this opportunity to visit the exhibitions.The first exhibition will be a commemorative show of the cover painting for Musica Nova, published by Ongaku no Tomo last year, and will focus on the original artwork for the cover. The exhibition in the second half of the month will focus on his recent work on the theme of “MIKKA (Wandering Flower)” I will be present at both exhibitions all day long. We look forward to seeing you there.SEE DETAILS
I will have two solo exhibitions in Nagoya in October. I finally finished enclosing the DMs and flyers. Now I’m going to put postage stamps on them. I will send them out in September, though. This time, there will be a piano concert as well, so I am planning to make an art book that you can listen to the music. The details of the exhibition are as follows. I will be at the gallery all day for both exhibitions. ~ Musica Nova World of Paper Quilts ~ Dates: OctoberSEE DETAILS
This is a new work. The title is “piano duet”. I will finish it from here, but I don’t know if it will be the finishing touch or not. What will happen?
I have two solo exhibitions in Nagoya this October, so I am working every day. Last year, I was in charge of the cover painting for Musica Nova, which led me to hold an exhibition at Menicon ANNEX, which will also include a piano concert. The exhibition will mainly feature the cover art of Musica Nova. A workshop will be held as well (details to be announced as soon as they are finalized). After that, the next solo exhibition will be held a week later at Esplanade Gallery near NagoyaSEE DETAILS
This is the last cover art for MusicaNova, and for the December issue we have chosen “Fir Tree” by Sibelius. In Scandinavia, the fir tree is a symbol of eternal life. The reason for this is that the fir tree is considered to be a place where souls come and go and where life and death intersect. Coincidentally, the cover of the January issue, on which I began working for Musica Nova, features an Amarantine, which means “eternal flower”. I was deeply moved by how fateful it turned out toSEE DETAILS