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Foil is often used in “Rinpa” paintings, and as a Japanese painting culture, it is mainly used in drawing flowers with ink.
[Let’s draw flowers using the Japanese painting “Rinpa” technique. ]
Let’s draw on a canvas with silver foil using ink and pigment.
Foil is often used in “Rinpa” paintings, and as a Japanese painting culture, it mainly draws flowers with ink.
1. First, make the color you want to use.
2. Make a trial drawing on the test paper with ink and paint.
3. Try drawing on the production canvas.
4. If you can draw it, finally draw the veins etc. in white or GOLD color and complete.
Canvas, Gold Leaf, Paints, Carbon, Brush, Bucket, Paper towels, paper or plastic cups Fresh Floers as objects
About the Instructor
Born in Osaka, Japan
2010 Graduated from Kyoto Art Senior High School, Painting Course 2014 Graduated from Kyoto University of the Arts, Department of Fine and Applied Arts,Japanese Painting Course
"Painting Exhibition-Japanese Painting Laboratory Selected New Artist Exhibition vol.10-" Rissei Elementary School (Kyoto) "World Painting Award 2013" Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (Tokyo)
"GEISAI # 19" Tokyo Metropolitan Industry and Trade Center Taitokan (Tokyo) "HANARART Koa 2013" Gunzan Castle Town Area (Nara)
"Kyoto University of the Arts Graduation Exhibition" Kyoto University of the Arts (Kyoto)
"ULTRA AWARD 2015 Post Internet Art-New Materiality, Mediality” ( Kyoto) http://ultrafactory.jp/ultraaward2015/
ULTRA x ANTEROOM exhibition 2016」 HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO ( Kyoto) https://hotel-anteroom.com/exhibition_cat/804/
“Stirred Effect” Shape Shifter Lab (Brooklyn)
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