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Scent of Autumn
by Chiaki Akada
What do you feel and how can you tell when the season starts changing? In the late Summer, right before the temperatures get cooler, we feel there are some hints of Autumn. In the wind of the day, in the twilight, we cannot see or define, but let’s say there is the scent of Autumn. I like how season changes little by little, like invisible living things are telling that Autumn is right around the corner. Especially from Summer to Autumn, I feel emotional or nostalgic. I express those feeling in this [Scent of Autumn] . The fish are the ones telling Autumn. Their tails are changing its colors as changing to the next season, and the water bubbles in the bottom are the pieces of Summer. Not dramatically but slowly, the scent of Autumn gets sharp.
artwork size: H 8.3inch × W 4.8inch
artwork with framed: H11inch × W9inch × D 1inch
Medium: Oil pastel on paper
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Born and raised in Japan, studied Fine Arts in SUNY Mohawk Valley Community College in NY for two years then back in Japan, then started career as an artist.
Using oil pastel and scratching method, her works is detailed and fulled with the powerful colors.
She creates fantasy but reality, detailed and colorful works, and likes to put conflicting ideas in one piece of work.
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