"Before I decided to take painting seriously, my mind was clouded with indecision and a lot of lost values about everything. I would look at the night sky after work every night in a daze, anxious about what I was doing and the future, but when I looked at the clear stars and the moon shining in the night sky, I noticed that my own mind gradually cleared up. I took the liberty of calling this dark yet bright, indescribable beauty of the night sky "brilliant".
There is a lot of information flying around in our world. As people become accustomed to living in human society, they tend to become distracted from the important information that makes up that world. We perceive visual and material information first, so the invisible information blends into our daily lives.
I make these invisible things vivid as visual art and express the beauty and grandeur of the invisible information in a medium between abstraction and figuration. I call my style ""AZAYAKA"" because my imaginative expressions can be shared with people all over the world."
1991 Born in Ota City, Gunma Prefecture. After graduating from Kiryu Daiichi High School, he studied the basics of pastry making at the East Japan Confectionery Technical College, and worked as a pastry chef for several years.
In 2018, he started his career as a painter. Exhibited a group exhibition of miniature ballpoint pen drawings (F6x3) at the restaurant "Antime" in Maebashi, Gunma. Feeling that I need vivid colors, I started painting with acrylics.
2019/5/22 Awarded the Kiryu Mayor's Prize at the Western-style painting exhibition at the Kiryu City Cultural Festival in Gunma Prefecture, Japan Name of work: "The Spiritual World of All Mankind" F50
2019/7 Chichibu, Saitama, first solo exhibition "AZAYAKA Exhibition", 23 works, PNB-1253 Book Cafe Gallery
2019/11 Osaka Group Exhibition "Atsumemashite who I like" art space Wanaka
2019/11 Selected for Gunma Prefecture Exhibition, work name "Vivid Darkness" F30
2019/12 Maebashi, Gunma "Art Soup RGB Exhibition" Gallery Art Soup Title: "Door of the Season" F30
There is a lot of information flying around in our world. As people become accustomed to life in human society, they tend to lose interest in the important information that makes up that world. As we give priority to visual and material information, invisible information becomes a part of our daily lives. I try to make such invisible things clear as visual art, and express the beauty and grandeur of invisible information in the middle of abstraction and figuration. It is my role to constantly clarify clouded mental images with AZAYAKA art, and I hope to deliver this idea to people all over the world.