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Kanako Ohya
Kanako Ohya draws her motifs from her daily landscapes, past photographs, newspapers, magazines and images on the Internet, and by mixing them together, she depicts  the a sense of anxiety, ambiguity and uncertainty of our reality.Her unique screens are expressed through the use of brushstrokes, lines, and collage-liked motifs with mixed mediums of oil, acrylic and s a glossy material with a white background that cannot be pinpointed to time or place. Read More>

Artworks

Views of Downtown, 2010
Japanese Yen 400,000 - 700,000
Scene, 2011
Japanese Yen 60,000 - 100,000
Sandal, 2014
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Scene, 2019
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Flower, 2014
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Doll, 2009
Japanese Yen 100,000 - 170,000
Girl, 2014
Japanese Yen 30,000 - 50,000
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