Tag Archives: #japan

Yuri Miyazaki

The ethereal embroideries shown above are the works of Japanese embroidery artist
Yuri Miyazaki.  A graduate of Kanzawa University she started embroidery painting around 2014 producing many pieces for solo exhibitions. She works primarily on translucent fabric with a loose stitches resembling ink sketches on paper. 

More of her work can be seen on her website (in Japanese) and on Instagram.  

Images:  Courtesy of Yuri Miyazaki.

Hiroyuki Yamada Waterfalls

A final look at Japanese illustrator Hiroyuki Yamada work, Waterfalls.
You can view more of his illustrations on Tokyo Illustrators Society, Behance and Facebook.

Images:  Courtesy of Hiroyuki Yamada.

Masayasu Uchida

On my first trips to Japan, I purchased four landscape prints by Japanese artist and printmaker, Masayasu Uchida.  Had I more walls in my house I probably would have purchased more.  There isn’t much biographical material on the artist. I know only that he was born in 1922 and  graduated in 1943 at the then Technical High School in Yokohama training in architecture.  His creations are primarily landscapes often with seasonal references.  His profile can be viewed (in Japanese) at the Uchida Masayasu Gallery.

Images:  Courtesy of Masayasu Uchida.