The painting featured is “Shoen Uemura: Jo-no mai,” 1936.
About This Event
This lecture will focus on individual painters who used the Nihon-ga technique including mineral pigments and glue from nature. After the Western Civilization and Enlightenment by the black ship’s Meiji Restoration in Japan, Japanese painters started to create their works based on their own experience. This western individualism idea influenced many artists nowadays in Japan. It is important to learn about these pioneer artists, and how their practice connected to their own matters.
About the Speaker
Takahashi received her MFA in Contemporary Studio Practice from Portland State University (Portland, OR) in 2013. She earned a BFA in Japanese Painting from Joshibi University of Art and Design (Japan), where she was awarded a prize for her thesis work.
She was a research scholar at the University of Oregon, focusing on the conceptual understanding of Japanese aesthetics from 2015-2018. Her artwork also has been collected and exhibited internationally.
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