18" x 21" - Oil on Linen
Obra de YUKI HAYASHI
“Yuki, the work and its intentions:
Drawing is a very important part of the creative process; the main purposes are: to observe, to discover, to understand and to learn every fine detail of the chosen model. All this information is registered in a “drawings folder”, either in graphite pencil or in watercolor; this is the beginning of a painting.
Drawing with fine details takes a long time--an entire day, two or three. However, the deep knowledge of the model provides unlimited freedom when it is time to compose and allows for manipulation of shapes and colors according to the intension of the moment. This main objective is not an exact representation of reality. Instead, it is a composition with harmony that looks natural and real, searching for an intense contrast and dynamism. Flashy from afar and interesting close up. These are the reasons to concentrate on fine details.
Themes or techniques don’t define the person as an artist. They are only the ways to build a career that will change while it searches for an identity at the end of the artist’s life. The influence the artist seeks to convey through his/her paintings is to let the environment created in a bi-dimensional work flow and transcend in every space that surrounds it.
I hope I will grow, change, compose and disassemble, and that my work will always be honest and humble in the way it expresses my interests at every stage of my artistic career.”
Colonia Pirapo, Paraguay
2002 MFA, Tsukuba University, Japan (specialized in Japanese painting)
1995 BA Fine Arts, Instituto Superior de Bellas Artes, Asunción, Paraguay
2005 Galería Expo Arte, Asunción, Paraguay
2004 Galería Matices, Asunción, Paraguay
1997 Centro Cultural Paraguayo-Americano, Asunción, Paraguay
1996 Centro Cultural Paraguayo-Americano, Asunción, Paraguay
2006 “Perceptions of Reality”, Art Houston 2006, Harris Gallery, Houston, TX, USA
2002 Tsukuba University, Japan
2001 Tsukuba University, Japan
2000 Tsukuba University, Japan
2002 “The Spirit of Nature” painting awarded First Prize from School of Fine
Arts, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Diccionario de las Artes Visuales del Paraguay. Cardozo, Lisandro. 2005. Fondec.
“Collectors’ opportunity to purchase world class art that Houston, Texas has to offer.. Art Collector Magazine. July, 2006
University of Tsukuba, Japan
Private collections in: United States, Japan, Brazil and Paraguay
Related Professional Experience
Professor, Taller de Yuki Hayashi, Asunción, Paraguay
Docente, Instituto Superior de Bellas Artes, Asunción, Paraguay
Fuente digital : http://www.centurion-art.com
Registro actualizado: Diciembre 2011