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October 4, 2007

“The Only Pebbles” : abstract, natural objects, repetition, bricolage, found objects, objet trouvé, texture, matière, acrylic painting #2017, 2004 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

 

Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

 

“The Only Pebbles” : abstract, natural objects, repetition, bricolage, found objects, objet trouvé, texture, matière, acrylic painting #2017, 2004 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

 

now named and categorized at Art Blog4

 

 

 

 

“The Only Pebbles”

abstract, natural objects, repetition, bricolage, found objects, objet trouvé, texture, matière, acrylic painting #2017, 2004 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

acrylics 53x46cm

listed in 2004

 

 

 

 

 

Keywords

within museum paintings

 

natural elements

stone

texture, matière

repetition

found objects

ovals

blurring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

abstract abstract expressionism abstract landscape animals archaeological architecture areas asian astronomical biblical biological black black and white blue blue and red botanical brown brush strokes bugs buildings calligraphy cells chiaroscuro circles cityscape color fields colorful comparison copies after mastes crack criminal cubism dark debris distortion earth elements evenly painted evocative expressionism exterior eyes faces figurative floating flowers forms fractions geographical geological geometric gold gothic graffiti green and red green hard lines hexagons human figures icons inner innerscape interior irregular forms juxtaposition landscape light lines living things man masses mathematics minimalism monochrome monsters mosaic movement music mythological natural elements natural scene night odd things oozing optical orange ornamental patterns piles purple random elements raw art rectangle red religious scientific scribble sea seasonal serenity shade silver sky soft lines splashes square stains stone streetscape structure suggestive elements surrealism symbolic symbolic signs tachism thick lines triangle undulation visionary warfare waving weather white woman yellow

 

 

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July 19, 2007

“Vertical Bones” : two-dimensional, abstract bricolage / assemblage acrylic, piled /repeated found object, black and white, abstract pinating #5296, 2006 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

 

Art Blog1

two-dimensional, abstract bricolage / assemblage , piled /repeated found object, black and white, abstract pinating #5296, 2006 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

 

 

now  named and categorized at Art blog1

 

“Vertical Bones “

two-dimensional, piled/repeated found object, bricolage, assemblage, black and white, abstract acrylic painting #5296, 2006 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

acrylic 29 “x 20 “

listed in New Works 2006

 

 

Keywords

abstract

black and white

assemblage

found objects

repetition

vertical

 

 

 

 

 

before 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

abstract abstract cityscape abstract expressionism abstract landscape abstract symbolism agricultural ambiguous symbols animals archaeological architecture areas asian astronomical biblical biological black black and white blue blue and red blurring botanical brilliant brown brush strokes bugs buildings bust butterfly calligraphy calligraphy2 cells chiaroscuro chiaroscuro2 circles cityscape classical color fields colorful comparison complementary colors concentric copies after masters crack criminal cubism curves daily life dark debris deformation distortion dusk earth eerie elements evenly painted evocative expressionism exterior eyes faces faint figurative floating flow flowers forms fractions geographical geological geometric gold gorgeous gothic graffiti green and red green hard lines hexagons human figures human form icons informel inner innerscape interior irregular forms Japan Japonism juxtaposition landscape light lines line patterns living things man mask masses mathematics minimalism monochrome monsters mosaic movement music mythological naive natural elements natural scene night  odd things odd things2 odd ithings3 odd creatures odd oozing optical orange ornamental outdoor pastel pastel2 patterns people perspective piles pink purple random elements raw art rectangle red religious scientific scribble sea seaside seasonal serenity shade silver sky soft lines solid spiritual splashes square stains stone straight lines streetscape stripes strong structure subtle suggestive elements sunlight surrealism surrealism2 symbolism symbolic signs tachism texture thick lines tree triangle undulation unidentified objects visionary wall warfare waving weak lines weather weird white winged woman yellow

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| past works | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | links | RSS | blog 0 1 2 3 4| contact

 

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June 3, 2006

"Abrupt Circling":New painting #5399,2006 | Kazuya Akimoto Art Museum

New painting

#5399 “Abrupt Circling”

 

has just been added to New Works 2006/Total 92pieces”Abrupt Circling”

Today’s paintings from Museum listings

#1

“Crying Woman”

 

#2

Night Line”

 

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