“Tanpopo” by Ai Yamaguchi

"Tanpopo" by Ai Yamaguchi

YingHui sent me a Japanese card of this work by Ai Yamaguchi, a young artist of excellent reputation.  Her work combines classic Japanese art with pop culture themes.  The original works are acrylic on Japanese paper, and each of the original paintings measures 4¾ x 4¾ inches (about 12 x 12 centimeters).

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2 Responses

  1. Eddy says:

    C’est vraiment magnifique, c’est un très beau travail manuel.
    On reconnait la “Japanese touch” sur cette carte.

  2. These are such exquisite little drawings. The Japanese seem to have an affinity for small masterpieces – for instance their netsuke (tiny sculptures) and Japanese bonsai.
    Thanks for sharing, and for your thoughtful comment on my blog.
    Evelyn in Montreal

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