Since Elster’s painting was completed, I uploaded the production process on YouTube. The first Japanese painting I made was a crow with a red background, so this time I went back to basics and made the background red. When I first started learning Japanese painting, I didn’t know anything about the production process, so I managed to finish the work under the teacher’s guidance. Now that I became independence, I’m happy to be able to complete it without hesitation, and I felt my growth. I also enjoyed drawing the combination of the realistic expression of the motif for the first time in a while and the traditional Japanese pattern. Custom-made work would be also representational art, this work reminded me the senses of realistic expression.
It wad decided that I will participate in a group exhibition that’ll be held at the end of next month. Also, I’ll play the piano on the opening day. I’ll post as soon as I have more details. Since many artists will participate, only a few small pieces can be exhibited. It’s better to reschedule that prioritizing the completion of Elster’s painting over the custom-made work, so that Elster could be exhibited.
I uploaded a new video on YouTube. It’s about for 10 minutes movie. I was able to complete this work quickly because I was making it at the same time as the last rose painting. The title comes from Tchaikovsky’s piece.
I uploaded a video of the second half of the production process to YouTube. It is difficult to connect multiple scenes smoothly. In the second half, the time-lapse function was heavily used and it became a video of about 10 minutes. I hope that I can continue to deliver the fun and troublesomeness of the Japanese painting process through YouTube little by little.
I made a video of the Japanese painting production process. This is the first half of the process. I thought that the screen might be a little bit dark when I watched it again. Probably there are various improvements such as how to show, but I did my best for the time being. The second half will be uploaded in the near future. Making videos was surprisingly fun. I wish I could continue to do it loosely and with my pace. I’m a little embarrassed that some of my nails are stained with red cabbage in the video 😳
I made a YouTube channel with videos regarding with my works and production process. I wanted to put a link to a video of the making process in my presentation slideshow, so I decided to use YouTube as an archive. I’m only uploading short videos now, but I’d be happy if I could post longer production scenes in the future. But I don’t know whether it’s possible or not because I’m always using my all concentrations for painting. However, one of the purposes of my art is to contribute to the spread of beautiful Japanese culture to the world, so it’d be ideal if I could use this channel for that purpose.
Ich werde einen Präsentation über meine Kunst im Kunstsalon halten. Ich bringe einige Gemälde mit und erkläre den Herstellungsprozess, die Ambitionen und Erfahrungen anhand einer Diashow. Je nach Situation spiele ich zu dieser Zeit Flügel.
Datum: 14.4.2023 (Freitag) um 20Uhr (ab 19.30 kommen) Ort: Karl-Marx Str. 162, 12043 Berlin (bitte klingeln “Rummel”). Eintritt: Essen.
Bitte bringen Sie etwas zu essen mit. Nach der Präsentation essen, trinken und plaudern wir alle zusammen. Bitte kommen Sie, wenn Sie Zeit haben 🙂
Perhaps I’ll be giving a presentation at the Kunstsalon (a place where artists and musicians present their works and performances) in Neukölln in April. I’ll actually bring some works and explain their origins and production methods, etc. I’ll do my best to be able to show the new work I started making last week. Can’t wait!!
Since the direction of my art has changed considerably, I have also renewed the content of my artist statement. It’s on the home screen of this website in German, English and Japanese. previously, I used to think that it was one of the artist’s social roles to pose problems to the world, the environment, and the situation through the message of the work. However, in my case, after the change of state of mind and seeing various phenomena from afar, I realized that appealing something through my work was not what I wanted to do. Right now, I’m just satisfied if observers are moved by my beautiful work 🙂
The invitation card was completed and I posted it on SNS. But I just realized that I mistook the spelling of Donnerstag. OMG!! I gave up it’s unavoidable, anyways… Now I’m preparing for something towards exhibition. Looking forward to next Thursday:)