Saturday, March 28, 2015

Ink Painting by Neighbor’s Acquaintance;

  •  (posted; Japanese culture page)

  • *Ink Painting Exhibition by Baba Ryoji*
My next neighbor told us this exhibition; our second chance to see this artist's works.  
Just "WOW" was the word!  I'm SO happy that I had a chance to introduce his great works.  Header of this post was from his big work.  Allowed to take pictures♪
(wished my pictures were not so brownish from the light)

       The artist featured seasons in his works and the titled is
                              'A Moment'    "一瞬・hitotoki" in Japanese 

*Spring*   Cherry Blossom at night

*Autumn* 
folding screen;
Big pole was disturbing to have a straight shot;



*Winter*
my husband admiring his work;


*Sea of Winter*  Great work made by 12 pieces.
This great work was from the scene of the sea side made from 'Hornfels' at '須佐 susa' in Yamaguchi Pref where I live.
This work is so huge and long; 
            I divided into three pictures (right, center, left) for the wider view.

The artist was explaining to other visitors that the thickness of the black and white part is just from his instinct, wow!  And to connect 12 pieces, he needed to be careful to fix the connecting parts.I wondered how artists of these ink painting figure out leaving the white part, :-)





I liked this work called 'balefire'

*Creative Space Red-Brick*
          This is the place the exhibition took place
                        and archive of the former Prefectural Library.
I hope I could show you the dynamics of these his great works;

Linking this post to,  "Our World Tuesday" 

Thank you very much for your kind visits. And so sorry for my early psting. I'm expecting busy Sun. and Mon. I'm trying catching up with you now :-)  hope you will have a wonderful weekend,everyone;


11 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, these are all gorgeous ink paintings. What a lovely exhibit. Thanks for sharing, have a happy day!

Sussi said...

they are very beautiful!

TexWisGirl said...

incredible! they look like photographs they are so lifelike! i'm truly awed by his/her talent!

Linda Kay said...

If you had told us that these were Black and White photos, I would have believed you. They are very lovely, and I'm sure the exhibit was awesome. Have a wonderful Sunday and Monday. Hugs from Texas.

Linda W. said...

Wow - these look like photographs! Amazing work!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

These are magical. Especially the sea one, but all of them are wonderful.

I can never imagine how any artist can do what they do. I can only admire.

Thank you for sharing.

Tamago said...

Wow, are they paintings? When I saw the header, I thought it was a photograph! What an amazing artwork. I'm very much impressed! Very dynamic, but also so delicate. I love the painting of sea, and cherry blossom and winter scenery are beautiful!
Thank you for sharing this, Miyako san. I enjoyed a lot!
Have a happy weekend xoxo

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
You get to see so many interesting things in your area! These ink paintings look incredible; like fine photography indeed.
My favorites are the Cherry Blossom at Night; they have also such a Japanese look! Incredible and the Winter, top one is so special.
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

Magia da Inês said...

ه° ✿ミ
Quadros magníficos retratados em belas fotos!

Ótimo domingo!
Boa semana!
Beijinhos.
✿╮
╰✿✿ه° ✿

Fun60 said...

What an interesting exhibition.

Photo Cache said...

Wow is right. He was able to capture serenity in his pieces. Thanks for sharing.