Below: Favorite Place - Boy meets cat, 2009

Oil, acrylic, urethane on canvas

63.8" x 106.3" x 1.2"

IN THE CAR, 2017

Acrylic, Urethane, UV Curing Resin, Silver Mirror Plating on Wood

21" x 28.6"

Mother - The girl who takes off shoes, 2013

Acrylic, urethane on aluminum

35.8" x 35.8" (w/frame)

Keep on believing, 2013

Acrylic, urethane on aluminum

35.8" x 35.8" (w/frame) 

Season's Revolution - Summer concert, 2015

Acrylic, urethane on aluminum

35.8" x 35.8" x 1"

Favorite Place - Angel & Girl, 2016

Acrylic, urethane on aluminum

28.6" x 23.8" x 1"

"My work is influenced by the Japanese unique Dojin culture in anime and manga field. Utilizing that culture as background of my thinking process, I analyze works of old masters; then remix the two into a painting. The piece is a parody of Japanese Bijin-ga, the portrait of a beautiful lady. It presents Vermeer's “Girl with a Pearl Earring” deteriorated with glitches, which resurfaces as 8-bit mosaic work."

 

This painting was chosen among 2200 submissions as the recipient of the Yumi Yamaguchi award of the Terrada Art Awards, one of top 7 in 2015.  The distinguished awards are hosted by Warehouse TERRADA, an art works storage space service which houses the T-Art Gallery and Terratoria, a multipurpose space in the warehouse district of Tennoz, Tokyo.

Home Sweet Home, 2016

Acrylic, urethane on canvas

28.62" x 23.86" x 1"

HIROSHI  MORI

Hello, 2016.

Acrylic, Urethane, UV Curing Resin, Silver Mirror Plating on Wood.  16" x 16" (sold) 

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Left: Girl with Pearl Earring. 2015

Wooden panel, acrylic, urethane, UV curing resin

63" x 39.4" (sold) 

Monkey, 2015

Acrylic, urethane on aluminum

35.8" x 28.6" x 1"

TV show clip

"New Artist in Next Generation"

 

Hiroshi Mori was selected by the museum curator for a solo museum exhibition of a young emerging artists in Japan.

 

(Tokyo Opera City Gallery Museum, Shinjuku, Tokyo Japan) 

 

September 2017 

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