Posts Tagged ‘abstract’

757 Creative Space

6 of my paintings are currently available at  757 Creative Space in Norfolk VA.




Original Painting Gem #2 by Masako displayed at 757 Creative Space

Gem #2 at 757 Creative Space

“Gem #2” that was exhibited in Charles H. Taylor Arts Center and published in Diversions is now displayed in one of the office space (center in the photo above) at 757 Creative Space.




Original abstract painting "My Only Fantasy" by Masako displayed at 757 Creative Space

My Only Fantasy at 757 Creative Spece

One of my newest paintings, “My Only Fantasy” is displayed on the wall.




Original abstract paintings, Treasure series and surreal painting Solitude by Masako displayed at 757 Creative Space

Treasure series & Solitude at 757 Creative Space

My original abstract paintings, Treasure #1, 2, and 3, and a surreal painting, “Solitude” are displayed in the same room at 757 Creative Space.


For more information about my paintings: visit Etsy shop or contact Masako.


Special Thanks to:


Premier Gallery of Ghent, gallery owner, Tyrone for arranging my paintings in 757 Creative Space.  This gallery has awesome collection of artwork!  2119 Colonial Ave, Norfolk, VA


757 Cretive Space for giving artists great space to display and provide wonderful office space for creative people.  Please check out the space.  Must see!  259 Granby Street, Suite 250, Norfolk, VA (Facebook page: 757 Creative Space)

Opening

fine art abstract acrylic painting Opening by Masako

Opening

16×20 Acrylic on Canvas

Let yourself be open and life will be easier.  A spoon of salt in a glass of water makes the water undrinkable.  A spoon of salt in a lake is almost unnoticed. – Buddha

Waves

fine art acrylic painting Wave by Masako

Waves

11×14 Acrylic on canvas

I am you; You are me.  You are the waves; I am the ocean.  Know this and be free, and be divine. – Sri Satha Baba

Itty Bitty Miniature Paintings

My first tiniest paintings.  5cm x 5cm Acrylic on paper.  It was fun, but couldn’t paint too much details.  But then, it was good practice paying attention to the details.  I had to get my glasses on. 🙂

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