The artist portrays the Japanese traditional performing arts and culture with his unique and dynamic brush strokes.
The paintings which capture movement offer viewers a sense of feeling as if they are experiencing these traditional cultural events on the spot.
Suibokuga (Japanese ink painting) artist, Hidekichi Shigemoto presents the new suibokuga as he adds “motion” with his dynamic brush strokes filled with a sense of speed to the art of suibokuga known for its “serenity.” Starting with Japan, his unique artwork has attracted attention in New York and now receives many offers from overseas.
The artwork which I provided this time for the Art Museum acure project was created completely with fine details based on my desire of wanting the viewers to feel the essence of Japanese traditional culture with a sense of surprise. Paintings are universal and can be conveyed to everyone. I am positive that it will be interesting to people visiting from overseas as well. Please stop by and check out our new collaboration project, Suibokuga and the Vending Machine.
The letters “a” “c” “u” “r” “e” are hidden in these elaborate drawings.
See if you can find them on the actual vending machine!