Japanese Artist Kiyo Hasegawa

Abstract paintings by Japanese artist Kiyo Hasegawa.

Kiyo Hasegawa was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1984. After a BFA in 2009, she graduated with a MFA in Japanese Paintings from the Tama Art university in 2011.

The artist creates abstract landscapes aroused by her mind and memories. Kiyo Hasegawa’s work is characterized by her fascination for the unique wet atmosphere often seen and felt in Japanese landscapes. She don’t want to depict these landscapes in the way they really look like. The artist’s approach is to depict the landscape as it exists in people’s inner spirit.

For more information and paintings by the Japanese artist, please visit: www.kiyohasegawa.com

Adoration VI - Pure pigment, Japanese Ink on Kumohada Paper - Created in 2013.
Adoration VI – Pure pigment, Japanese Ink on Kumohada Paper – Created in 2013.
Eruption - Pure pigment, Japanese ink on Kumohada Paper - Work from 2012.
Eruption – Pure pigment, Japanese ink on Kumohada Paper – Work from 2012.
Jellyfish III - Pure pigments on Japanese Paper - Artwork by Kiyo Hasegawa from 2009.
Jellyfish III – Pure pigments on Japanese Paper – Artwork by Kiyo Hasegawa from 2009.
Shoukei - Pure pigment on Kumohada Paper - Painting by Japanese artist Kiyo Hasegawa from 2010.
Shoukei – Pure pigment on Kumohada Paper – Painting by Japanese artist Kiyo Hasegawa from 2010.
Soshite - Pure pigment on Kumohada Paper - Painting by Japanese artist Kiyo Hasegawa from 2013.
Soshite – Pure pigment on Kumohada Paper – Painting by Japanese artist Kiyo Hasegawa from 2013.

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