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About the work

The painting is inspired by the Japanese traditional painting, Ukiyoe. I referenced the color and water-like shapes of it but I transfer the methodology into my own interpretations  such as using contemporary painting materials and skills. The faces and masks in the painting is images of “self” and “mirrored”,”incomplete” appearance. In addition, the streamy lines make up the body are floating, swinging, tangling and they seem come from no origin and go to an eternal end.

Specifications

PublisherJINHAN WEI
FramedNot included
Certificate of authenticityNot included
Condition/detailsExcellent
SignatureIncluded

About the artist

——They are contemporary artists but I am “temporary” artist.

Hi, I am Misako, Jinhan Wei. My research is mainly about Abstract art, Surrealism and the philosophy of Beings and Absence. 

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