One of the onomatopoeia pictorial series that expresses onomatopoeia as a subject.
An onomatopoeia used in the myth of Okuninushi. This onomatopoeia, which means the importance of distinguishing between the front and back of things, the inside and the outside, the appearance and the reality, may be an important element for us today. I feel that there are many creatures around me that are beautiful and yet have strong poison, such as monkshood.
Onomatopoeia "Uchi wa hora hora to has subu": The inside is hollow and the outside is narrow and narrow.
<A word from the staff> OZ-Ogashira-Keisuke Yamaguchi- is a male painter and painter who creates works that fuse unique Japanese ideas and sensibilities with modern ideas and painting methods. He is a very active artist both in Japan and overseas, with a wide range of activities such as live painting, interior and exterior of stores, and holding solo exhibitions overseas.
This work is part of the "Onomatopoeia Gaden" series, which is based on the mysterious world of onomatopoeia, which are onomatopoeia and onomatopoeia. You can feel the unique world view of OZ-Ogashira-Keisuke Yamaguchi- from the figure of aconite drawn in chic colors against a calm gold background.
With a size of 530mm x 350mm, this work is easy to decorate in your room, and it is recommended to display it side by side with the other "Onmyoji Gaden" series. You will be able to feel the world drawn by OZ-Ogashira-Keisuke Yamaguchi more deeply.
Take this opportunity to purchase works by popular painter OZ-Ogashira-Keisuke Yamaguchi for about 160,000 yen.