In honor of finals week, here’s a Japanese art work titled Blossoms Fall by Masaharu Fujishiro in 2013, made of mineral pigments, gelatin on Japanese paper. The blossoms are falling and I hope my motivation for finals doesn’t!😁 #FordhamArtRamblings#artramblings @artramblings
The slow changing of colors- from their deep roots, through their thick and strong trunks, their slender and supple branches into their soft and delicate petals - was like a glimpse of mortal life itself.
Kazuyuki Suto "Cherry tree in Akagi" on view through Dec.23.
2013 45.8 x 35.8 inches
Mineral Pigments, Gelatin on Japanese Washi paper. @satosakura_gallery #nihonga#highline#art#japanesepainting#chelsea#chelsegalleries#galleries
501 W.20th street (between 10th and 11th avenue- Right below the Highline entrance on W.20th st)
Nobuyoshi Watanabe "Spring Evening" on view through Dec. 23 @satosakura_gallery #newyork .
Watanabe's solo exhibition, "Flowers of the field" opens at satosakura museum in Tokyo starting on Dec.9th. Don't miss out the artist talk on Dec.9th and Jan 27th if you are in Tokyo!
Sato Sakura Museum Tokyo: 1-7-13 Kami Meguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. #artinjapan#japanesepaintigs#newyork#satosakura#nobuyoshiwatanabe#artgallery#museum#highline
Spring Evening _ 2001. Nobuyoshi Watanabe. Mineral Pigments with gelatin on Japanese Washi paper.
70 x 115.7 inches.