Art | Fantasy

Memories


Memories. 2019.

Ink on paper.
15.7″x11.8″ (40×30 cm)

Two Swords

Two swords
Two Swords. 2018.

“47 Ronin of Ako” Serie.
Black iron-gall ink on colored paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

La Mystique De Moscou

Moscow D
La Mystique De Moscou. 2018.
Black iron-gall ink on paper.
8.3″x11.7″ (21×29.7 cm).

Wind and Flow. “47 Ronin of Ako” Serie.

Wind and Flow
Wind and Flow. “47 Ronin of Ako” Serie. 2018.
Black iron-gall ink on colored paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

The revenge of the forty-seven samurai, also known as the Ako incident or Ako vendetta, is an 18th-century historical event in Japan in which a band of leaderless samurai avenged the death of their master. The incident has since become legendary.

 

Lilies in the Snow

Lilies in the Snow
Lilies in the Snow. 2018.
Watercolor, black iron-gall ink on paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

It was a happy thought to bring 
To the dark season’s frost and rime 
This painted memory of spring, 
This dream of summertime. 
Flowers In Winter, by John Greenleaf Whittier

 

 

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Fairy’ Roses

Fairy' Roses
Fairy’ Roses. 2018.
Watercolor, black iron-gall ink on paper.
8.3″x11.7″ (21×29.7 cm)

 

 

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Way of Tea

Way of Tea
Way of Tea. 2018.
Watercolor, black iron-gall ink on paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

For his morning tea
A monk sits down in utter silence —
Confronted by chrysanthemums.
Bashō’s Haiku 

 

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The Warrior’s Way

The Warrior's Way
The Warrior’s Way2018.
Watercolor, black iron-gall ink on paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

Summer grasses —
all that is left to us now
of warriors’ dreams
Bashō’s Haiku.

 

First of “47 Ronin of Ako” Serie. Ōishi Yoshio Kuranosuke.

Ōishi Yoshio Kuranosuke
First of “47 Ronin of Ako” Serie. Ōishi Yoshio Kuranosuke. 2018.
Black iron-gall ink on colored paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

Ōishi Yoshio was the chamberlain of the Ako Domain in Harima Province, Japan (1679 – 1701). He is often referred to by his title, Ōishi Kuranosuke. Also he is known as the chief of the famous forty-seven Ronin of Ako in their 1702 vendetta. Kuranosuke displayed of true samurai ethics in the story of the 47 Ronin. It is believed that Kuranosuke’s last poem read, “My Lord’s life is as great as a mountain. My life, however, is as light and trivial as a piece of hair.” Yoshio stands holding a spear (yari) and striking a hira-daiko – a shallow drum with the head tacked into place – with a drum stick (bachi).

 

Art of Defense


Art of Defense. 2018.
Black iron-gall ink on colored paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

Totems. Sea Spirits

Totems. Sea Spirits
Totems. Sea Spirits. 2013.
Black iron-gall ink on paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

The Fox Spirit. Mistress of Shadows.

The Fox Spirit. Mistress of Shadows.
The Fox Spirit. Mistress of Shadows.. 2018.
Black iron-gall ink on colored paper. Inspired by ancient Japan illustrations.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

When Kitsune Meet

When Kitsune Meet
When Kitsune Meet. 2018.
Black iron-gall ink on colored paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

Art of Archery

Art of Archery
Art of Archery. 2018.
Black iron-gall ink on colored paper.
11.7″x8.3″ (29.7×21 cm)

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