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    Born in 1971 Tokyo, Japan
    One of Japan's successful commercial artists, Noriyuki's works is published in magazine and ad around Japan. From 2004 Noriyuki began to paint the original paint.
    http://www.rs-jp.com/

  • Shiroki (F) Japanese Black Ink


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    Born in 1967 Yokohama, Japan Shiroki is an award winning calligrapher/visual artist. Her works are seen all around Japan in magazine, advertisements, film and at the 2005 Aichi World Expo.
    http://www.sho-shiroki.com/

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  • Kenji (M) Oil Painting

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    Born in 1967 Fukushima, Japan
    One of Japan's successful young oil painter, Kenji's works has been accepted for major exhibition since 1996 in London, Zagreb, Switzerland, Zagreb and China, as well as in regular group exhibitions and solo exhibition in Australia.

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  • Tsubobo (M)Acrylic Painting

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    Born in 1968 Nagoya, Japan.
    Tsubobo is a prize winner artist.
    Tsubobo has exhibited regularly in group
    and solo exhibitions in Japan as well as in Australia.
    http://homepage3.nifty.com/tsubobo/

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    Born in February 11, 1972 in Osaka, Japan.
    Graduating Osaka College of Art attached Osaka University of Arts.
    Portion of the sale of the work is contributed to the Japanese forest protective group.
    Love cats and sake.
    Illustrates Japanese and Asian-like motif of small articles, containers, animals directly to the cloth.
    "Folk-art" and "seasons" as main themes, especially cherishes a "sense of
    existence" and "time and place".

    www.ichiziku.net

  • Art for Sale

    coming soon
  • Art Collection in Sydney 2011

    Posted by: Mayumi Nihei

    Art Collection by Japanese Artists. Japanese Pop & Modern Art.
    25 May-30May Tom Dunne Gallery
    A vibrant mixture of modern, pop and traditional works from Japanese artists.
    Finished. Thank you for coming.
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  • More than 100 art works will be exhibited.A vibrant mixture of modern and pop works from Japanese artists. Displaying works from 60 independent artists, the show brings to Sydney a fun and fresh view of Japan.

    Venue: Tom Dunne Gallery: 11 Little Burton St, Darlinghurst, NSW, 02-9331 5863
    Date: 25 May - 30 May Opening Hours: 12pm - 6pm

    Opening Night: 25 May (Wed), 6pm - 8:00pm Everyone welcome, refreshments provided (Free)
    Part of purchasing will be donated to disaster area in QLD & East Japan

    www.japanesegayart.com
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