Hirakata Bay (parallel clouds)

This piece was drawn based on the landscape at Hirakata lake which is located at Yokohama, Japan. Kosuke Kato consciously drew out Hirakata lake based on his memory; separate and reorganizing his memory into this artwork. Also, this artwork is drawn based on the Piano Lesson (Matisse) which aims to combine the technique of fine art into his modern style. Kato thinks that the uniqueness of digital display is the ability to show different distances, angles, and positions into one piece and consciously draw the planar layout on his artwork.



Acrylic paint’s advantage is its durability, variation of mediums and painting style which is the reason why he chooses to use acrylic painting. To create this work, Kato combined the elements of abstract painting, static and well balanced, and the elements of American painting all together. He always tries to include the flatness of artwork, substanceless of the medium, emphasis the pen touch, and keep the elements of traditional abstract art and modern art together into his balanced structure of the art.

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Hirakata Bay (parallel clouds)

H 117cm x W 117cm x D 3cm

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This piece was drawn based on the landscape at Hirakata lake which is located at Yokohama, Japan. Kosuke Kato consciously drew out Hirakata lake based on his memory; separate and reorganizing his memory into this artwork. Also, this artwork is drawn based on the Piano Lesson (Matisse) which aims to combine the technique of fine art into his modern style. Kato thinks that the uniqueness of digital display is the ability to show different distances, angles, and positions into one piece and consciously draw the planar layout on his artwork.



Acrylic paint’s advantage is its durability, variation of mediums and painting style which is the reason why he chooses to use acrylic painting. To create this work, Kato combined the elements of abstract painting, static and well balanced, and the elements of American painting all together. He always tries to include the flatness of artwork, substanceless of the medium, emphasis the pen touch, and keep the elements of traditional abstract art and modern art together into his balanced structure of the art.

  • Style

    Acrylic Painting

  • Support

    Canvas

  • Edition

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