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by Chiaki Akada

Leaving somebody, something, or somewhere is painful, but leaving is changing at the same time. I express the feeling of that something good would happen. The wind blows and flowers bloom as the new thing is happening. The waning moon is with stars now but never seen them when it was a full moon.


artwork size: H 7.1inch × W 5.5inch

artwork with framed: H11.6inch × W9.6inch × D 1inch

Medium: Oil pastel on paper

Height with frame: 11.6 in
Width with frame: 9.6 in
Surface: paper

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Chiaki Akada is a Japanese painting artist based in Osaka, Japan.
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.