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A choreography of brush strokes on canvas by Kaz ORii  from 17th March to 10th April 2008
opening party 17th March 2008 at 18:30 Khun Boonchai BencharongkulCharimanTotal Access Communication PLC. will preside over the exhibition.

Japanese abstract artist Kaz Orii.  33 years old.  Graduated from Wako University after which he studied in France.  Orii has successfully executed several exhibitions in Japan and in Europe including a solo exhibition at the Japanese Embassy in Belgium in 2006.  The following year he was chosen to be in the second Japanese Contemporary group exhibition Bridge 2007 held at Akko Art Gallery (also featuring major artist Mr. Shojiro Kato).  The high standard used in choosing the artists by curator Mr. Yukio Ogushi led to admiration

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KAZ ORii

Japanese abstract artist Kaz Orii.  33 years old.  Graduated from Wako University after which he studied in France.  Orii has successfully executed several exhibitions in Japan and in Europe including a solo exhibition at the Japanese Embassy in Belgium in 2006.  The following year he was chosen to be in the second Japanese Contemporary group exhibition Bridge 2007 held at Akko Art Gallery (also featuring major artist Mr. Shojiro Kato).  The high standard used in choosing the artists by curator Mr. Yukio Ogushi led to admiration among both art critics and the media.  Attention was especially placed on the works of Kaz Orii.  Akko Art Gallery is therefore proud to present Kaz Orii for his first solo exhibition in Asia outside of Japan.  Images Breakdown will feature Orii’s latest and larger works with even more vibrant colours.  

Orii’s art is a good example of how inherently western oil paintings can change and progress in a unique way to suit the climate of Japan.  A major influence in Orii’s works is his interaction with nature and seasons in Japan through ongoing farm experiences.  This interaction of agriculture and abstract art may seem at odds at first but it allows him to experience the change of the seasons in a more profound way.  All of this accumulated impressions and Orii’s creativity merges on the canvas with a distinct warmth.  Even within the thick layering typical of oil paintings, the Japanese sensibility is reflected.

Orii’s abstract artworks are easily appreciated even by those whom have not had interest before due to the aura completed by these colours and structure.

 

According to the artist

The sensibilities that I possess as a Japanese is uniquely presented in my abstract style.  As I proceed forward in my paining, the shapes and colours change and a subtle balance is realized resulting in an original painting space. This process is what I as the artist enjoy doing.

Up until now, I have mostly exhibited in Japan and in Europe but now I would like to be more active in Asia.  And Thailand being a country filled with energy is a great starting point.  Even though Japanese and Thais are both Asians, the sensibility in art differs surprisingly greatly.  As one of the few Japanese artists active on the Thai art scene, I would like to carry that as a badge of honour in dynamically representing the Japanese art scene.

 

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