Under the theme of “Northern Form and Light”, Takuya Yoshida’s works mainly portray the lights of Hokkaido’s landscapes in an array of colors. These pieces were sketched at the scene and are the inspiration for his work. On the other hand, Minami Yoshida makes use of plaster and brass to mold sculptures to express the true strength and gentleness of women living in Hokkaido.
Exhibition Period: May 8, 2019 – End of August 2019
Venue: ALLA MODA Italian Restaurant (The Kiroro, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel Hokkaido 2F)
*The artwork can be purchased. (With a few exceptions.)
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Takuya is born in Tokyo in 1986 moved to the United States when he was 17 years old. He studied art in New York studio school and Plymouth States University. He won the Hohenberg Traveling prize at the NY Studio School and traveled to Italy to see museums. He returned to Japan since 2014 and he has been showing his work in Tokyo and Sapporo. Now he lives and works in Rankoshi Hokkaido Japan.
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Minami was born in Sapporo in 1993 as a child she loved creating art and she had her first one person show at the age of 15 years old in Sapporo. Since then she has been showing her artworks all around Japan. In 2012, she attended her undergraduate study in Sculpture at Tokyo Zokei University and finished in 2016. Now she lives and works in Rankoshi Hokkaido Japan.