You don't know what it is until you scrape it off.
<A word from the staff> Artist yama from Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture, who combines contrasting materials and expresses “harmony and stimulation” using collage techniques. He creates many works that are not bound by preconceived notions based on the impressions and inspirations he gets from the materials.
This work, titled “scratch,” is a patchwork of different parts of a woman, combined with a technique that resembles rain-smeared paint. You can't read the expression from the blurred and insubstantial figure, and there is a disturbing atmosphere.
Yama's works use a wide variety of materials for each story and theme, so it's fun to take a closer look at the work to find out what materials are used.
Why not take this opportunity to get the work of the artist yama, who has been expanding his field of activity in recent years, for 150,000 yen.