Latest work by Takako Azami
Using sumi ink and its specific character, Takako Azami certainly inherits the Japanese painting stream in contemporary manner. She draws trees and plants in her everyday life by observing carefully its changing impressions. Suo (sappan wood) drawn in her latest work, is one of the trees also can be seen from her studio. In her latest work, with the accent of green among the energetic branches and leaves, we see a rich tranquility.
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(photo) Suo, 805 x 650 mm, ink, mineral pigment, resin glue, Ｊapanese paper on panel, 2016
Group show at Fudenosato Kobo, Hiroshima
September 3 to October 30, 2016
Matazo Kayama, Yoshiyuki Nakano, Ikuro Yagi, Keizaburo Okamura, Takako Azami, Kotaro Fukui