Japanese calligraphy /Japanese ink、Japanese traditional paper
The ink used by Daiyu Yoshino is developed through an original mixture. The paper is a handmade Japanese one made of mulberry and bamboo. She then freely expresses shapes and lines, superimposing characters to make an image of what she feels when she sees natural scenery. Please enjoy comparing the differences between the lines and the color of the ink.
Started painting in Chinese ink in 1998, established current style around 2003. Since then, has been featured in the Calligraphy Art Exhibition in Tokyo (2 times), Paris (1 time) and group exhibitions (Japan, Seoul, Paris). She has received the Heidelberg Art Award, the Vietnamese Peace Art Award, the Monaco Art Festival Marcel Pagnol Award, the Paris Modern Japonism Art Festival Grand Prize and the Louvre Museum World Cultural Heritage Site 20 Year Anniversary Art France Art Cordon Blue Award. Is working towards the Sesshu International Art Society Exhibition Sesshu Grand Prize, Yomiuri Culture Center Prize, the Osaka City Chairman’ s Special Award and the France Evian City Art Demonstration. Has works housed in the Lisbon Orient Museum and the University of Hawaii. Exhibited in the Art Expo New York Exhibition. Exhibited in the Milano International Exhibition. Has undertaken title lettering for movies or TV as of late.
- $5,001 - $10,000