Masaki Kazushi was born in Osaka Japan, started painting at age 7 and continued through high school.
He was an abstract expressionist early on chastised by his elementary teachers for his dreamy non-realist work.
In his late career, Kazushi began working from his memory and intuition rather than from direct observation.
He used more intuitive touches of paint, and began to produce numerous abstract landscapes, formations and subconsciously generated scripture.
His works has dimensional structures, notions of a futuristic biological world combined with a strong tribal feel to them.
He and his family lived in Osaka for a time before eventually moving to French Riviera and Belgium, where Kazushi continued to develop his craft.
OIL PASTEL + ACRYLIC, SPRAYPAINT ON UN-STRETCHED CANVAS
- Masaki Kazushi
- Titre de l'oeuvre d'art
- Karitoru 028
- Techniques mixtes
- Certificat sur demande, Signé à la main
- Taille de l’image
- 94×105 cm
- Dimensions totales
- 100×115×0 cm
- Cadre inclus