Les Mimosas De Mesubenomori 2013 Categories Japan, Mesubenomori, Nagasaki, Nature, yellow Post date août 8, 2013 Comments 10 Comments 80×120 cm. Acrylic and oil pastel on paper. À Nagasaki, j’allais souvent au parc Mesubenomori arboré de mimosas. i. While living in Nagasaki, I often went to Mesubenomori park , where beautiful mimosa trees grow. WordPress:J’aime chargement… Tags acrylic Art japan Mesubenomori mimosas nagasaki oil pastel painting tree yellow Previous Post My Little Burano. Blue House 2013 Acrylic on paper. 16.5 x15 cm. (Private collection). Next Post La Route Des Vacances 2013 17×24 cm. Acrylic on paper. (private collection) Nous avons pris le petit train de la ... beautiful and subtle chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre Thank you for your comment. I really appreciate. chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre I love this painting and the style it’s done in. chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre Thanks ! chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre ps- can you tell me more about the indie art club? How much does it cost, how do you rent the space and for how long, etc? I definitely want to check it out whenever I get there. chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre It’s in Furukawa machi area. Near Hamano machi. The club is a “cafe gallery” place. On the ground floor there’s a cafe and in the back a small room to exhibit. On the first floor is a large space that artists share to paint. I paid a monthly fee of several thousand yen. The price allowed me to access the painting space. I usually went there after my work because it was open until late. The owner is an artist too, but I needed an interpreter the first time I went there. If you can find someone that reads Japanese, you can go on their website or their facebook page to get more details. I had been painting for almost 20 years before going to Japan. It was in that club that I found my “artistic voice” after almost quitting my art. Thanks again for visiting my blog. chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre Thanks for the info! chargement… I like the picture of the mimosa. I have just arrived in Sydney and have been looking at some aboriginal art. Your techniche of point making is very similar. I was thinking of having a go myself when I get home. Thanks for your interest in my work. chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre I love these flowers. In France they’re in full bloom now…I never thought of aboriginal art when drawing the flowers, though. thank you for your interesting remarks. Have a nice day ! chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre […] “Les Mimosas de Mesubenomori,” by Julie […] chargement… Connectez-vous pour répondre Vous devez vous connecter pour laisser un commentaire.