Left fly p-090819_1 

28” ×46”, Oil on canvas, 2019

Yuna Ogino

 

"I receive inspiration from ikebana flower arrangements and traditional Japanese gardens to compose my painting, amalgamating the lights, the time passing by, and the colors of flowers into one image. In addition to oil painting techniques, I use brushes for Japanese painting to draw lines. These lines represent the strength and vulnerability of plants and insects, which in turn metaphorically represent our personal memories and the meaning of richness for women and for human society as a whole. My painting is so to say an accumulation of questions about these different elements, forming many layers. "          - Yuna Ogino

Flower string p-160919_1 

53” ×34”, Oil on canvas, 2019

Flower Unchaining p-300519_1

53” ×34”, Oil on canvas, 2019

Flower Unchaining p-300519_1

53” ×34”, Oil on canvas, 2019

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