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​日本画家・大和絵師 伊東正次の襖絵・屏風絵



While I am sketching a tree existing over thousands of years, it reminds me the pettiness of us humans. On the other hand, compared to the trees that blossom only a short time a year, humans are persistent creatures.

There are various weeds growing everywhere, and even they are lovely and sparkling with life. Not only weeds but soils and pebbles I think may be forming life. They and humans are alike in a way.

Perhaps my way of expression is to show how each object fulfills its life.


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