"It's getting whiter, the hills are a little lighter, and the clouds of purple are rolling."
This work was created based on the theme of "Spring is Akebono", a verse from a Japanese essayist, Seishona Naomi's "Makurasoko".
One day in the spring, I was fascinated by the beauty of the dawn and the dawn of the dawn, and I drew my thoughts on the distant Japanese landscape.
In the spirit of the Japanese, nature has been bringing a beautiful emotion since ancient times.
The aesthetic sense of "wa" calms our hearts and makes us feel neutral.
A beautiful scene created by nature that cannot be reached by humans.
And the momentary beauty that evolves over time is magnificent, ephemeral, and awe-inspiring.
Inspired by such ancient Japanese aesthetics, it is a series of works drawn as it is.
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