SOLO

exhibition

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Taytu

Rina

JAPAN

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“After facing the darkness, the light is much warmer than any light.”

My room is my studio.

Take a breath of the new dawn
and make it a part of you.
-native american-
People always want to see the light.
It's easy to turn away from the darkness and put it off.
But if you look closely at the darkness, you will find
But if you look carefully, you will find that there are many important lessons from our ancestors and wisdom to live by in the future.

After facing the darkness
After facing the darkness, the light is much warmer than any light.
I believe it will become a treasure that we can give to those around us.

I draw in the environment in which I raise my children.

OIRAN (rebirth)

Colorpencil

$1800

“OIRAN” is an old Japanese culture; it means the high-class prostitute who works in “Yoshiwara”, where is licensed by the Shogunate.
They are gorgeous, beautiful, and seem to be “above the sky”.
However, they can’t go out, and they have to live in a small world like “birds in the cage”.
And I think their lives are monotonous, and very harsh.
Some of them were passed away by disease, and some of them wanted a true love from their customer…

All of my work begins when the children are asleep.

Everyday I am surrounded by boundless creativity.

The effect of art: I study art from the viewpoint of art therapy and clinical psychology.

It's easy to turn away from the darkness and put it off. But if you look closely at the darkness, you will find But if you look carefully, you will find that there are many important lessons from our ancestors and wisdom to live by in the future.

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I want to use art mainly for the next generation of children.

Though they were ”under the low-hanging clouds”, they tried to be strong and beautiful
Also, they were rivals, sisters in arms, and teachers each other.
They had immeasurable impressive stories as women’s lives.
And I thought, “The real purity isn’t an innocent thing, that doesn’t know the darkness, but also, might be decisiveness and strength, that can control the darkness with the love, like a lotus flower.”
It is drawn on these pictures that goddesses with cool expressions lead this crazy world by destroying and regeneration.

The real purity isn’t an innocent thing, that doesn’t know the darkness, but also, might be decisiveness and strength, that can control the darkness with the love, like a lotus flower.

I forgive and love all of me-
Everyday I am surrounded by boundless creativity.
Feathers of many colours,
The free yet carefully directed veins of leaves, the trunks of trees
Little pink paws of animals
A girl dancing with her back straight and cute round forehead
A friend, awaiting new life with twinkling eyes
A friend, with beautiful elegant hands
A friend, perceptive, with an exquisite voice
A friend, with clear green eyes
A friend, with a big warm back as big and warm as the heart

As new life is born so it creates.
In this very moment, new life is born, creating the world as it comes
into the world.

I don't usually pray much, but recently I realized that when I paint, I am praying and wishing for something.

Prize Ribbon (1)

Prize Ribbon (1)

Describe your image

Now I congratulate you on a sliver of courage born inside you.
Everything is new again.
Tears become beautiful jewels-

I realize time and time again that none of these things are to be
taken for granted.
The surrounding beauty and its powerful existence is creating who I am.

Tasting the very beauty of existence, I also feel the fear and
helplessness of loss and letting go.
The pain of separation and the strenuous efforts to come are not easy.

Still, in everything I do I will not forget "joy".
As I cherish all that has come before me, I will continue creating what is new.

Tasting the very beauty of existence, I feel the fear and helplessness of loss and letting go. And the pain of separation and the strenuous efforts to come are not easy.

Our need for art differs as we live our lives.