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    date of birth / gender / blood type

    - / Male / Type A

    Birthplace -hometown-

    Ibaraki Prefecture

    Title -title-

    painter/art producer

    Profile -career-

    Sho Suzuki, a painter whose life work is "heART", which supports children around the world through ART.
    Studied fashion at a vocational school, became an assistant teacher, and instructed dressmaking in Rwanda, Africa for 5 years. He brought in a sewing machine and trained more than 200 people in five years. She also works as a fashion designer using local fabrics.
    After returning to Japan, he started creating paintings as a painter. Currently, based on the concept of "beautiful, challengers", he creates works with motifs of various strong and beautiful women he met through his activities in Rwanda. ing.

    Activity history -the theme of making a treasure-

    2017 | Interior work by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
    2018 | Kasama Historical Exchange Center Izutsuya (Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture), Opening Ceremony Production, Embassy of Cote d'Ivoire in Japan National Foundation Day Event Production
    2019 | Commissioned by Yamaguchi Real Estate, JR Otsuka Station North Exit Mural, Swiss Ambassador's residence in Japan

    2011〜2013 | Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers
    2013〜2015 | Ministry of Foreign Affairs Grant Aid for Japanese NGO Projects

    The trigger for starting art -the trigger for art-

    After returning from Rwanda in Africa in 2016, he started painting in earnest. Based on the themes of African animals and people, East Asian dragons and phoenixes, he creates colorful pop art works including fluorescent colors.
    In addition, he is engaged in a wide range of activities such as live painting, large-scale works such as murals and ceiling paintings, and workshops on "coffee painting", which he started using when he was in Rwanda because there was no paint.

    Motivation for making works -motivation-

    I would like to continue my work and activities to give wisdom and energy to people all over the world and support individual challenges.

    Dream as an artist -dream as an artist-

    I want to connect the world through ART. As part of its activities, from educational programs that teach painting to children suffering from poverty, to purchasing and commercializing works, to give "small artists" around the world the power to open up their lives with art. Project "heART" is also presided over.

    Motto -motto-

    Keep giving people problem-solving wisdom and energy

    -where to make a treasure-

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    Hobby -hobby-


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    A word to those who are watching my work -messeage-

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