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OIL PAINTINGS BY MASAKO TADOKORO

The following oil paintings were some of the works of art shown at an art exhibition held at Akko Art Gallery in Bangkok. For current and future exhibitions, click here to visit: Art Galleries in Bangkok Presents its Art Exhibitions Schedule for 2002/2003

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The following referres to an art exhibtion held at Akko Art Gallery in Bangkok.
 
ART EXHIBITION
Title-The Breeze Through the Remains, no.2
Artist-Mrs Masako Tadokoro
Technique-Oil on canvas
Term-2nd to 24th February 2002
Venue-AKKO GALLERY
919/1-Sukhumvit Road, Near Soi 49 Bus Stop, Opt. Rex Hotel
Business Hours- Monday to Saturday 10:00 to 19:00
Sundays-14:00 to 19:00
Bkk Sky Train-Tong Lor Station, Exit No.1, walk 2 blocks
Telephone-(662) 259 1436
Fax-(662) 662 4209
e-mail-akkoart@cscoms.com
Person to contact-Mrs Atsuko Davies


The first art exhibition in 2002 at Akko Gallery is The Breeze Through the Remains, no.2, By Mrs Masako Tadokoro, a Japanese artist living in Bangkok.

ABOUT THE ARTIST AND THE ART CONCEPT
Soon after graduating from Chiba University, where she studied Art Education, Masako won the Chiba Art Association Award in 1995. She then joined the Ko-Fu-Kai, where she met many good teachers, friends and advisers.
KO-FU-KAI is one of the biggest art societies in Japan and participates in the Nitten Art Show (largest art contest in Japan). KO-FU-KAI is made up of artists who practice Western styles; especially those who are influenced by Expressionism (trying to express ones heart and feelings by representational art).

Masako has been drawing and painting her daughters, (now 9 and 4 years old) for more than 5 years. She paints portraits because the lines of a persons figure hold a fascination for her; and she uses her daughters, because they are always available and model payment is not necessary!

ABOUT THE PAINTING WHICH WAS ACCEPTED FOR THE 2001 NITTEN ART SHOW
Masako wanted to paint her daughter and at the same time show to Japanese patrons that she was continuing her painting in Thailand. So, Masako put a Thai traditional dress on her daughter and surrounded her with Thai objects. This was the paining that was accepted for the 2001 Nitten Art Show.
For a piece of art to be accepted at the Nitten Art Show in Japan means that the artist is recognized to have attained a high level of skill.
Since coming to Thailand with her husband, when his company transferred him to Bangkok, her interest has concentrated on ancient architecture, made of red bricks, like the temples in Ayuttaya. Her paintings show that beauty still remains in these old buildings.

This exhibition at Akko Gallery will be her 2nd one in Bangkok. On show will be 30 oil painting of portraits and ancient monuments. Due to the KO-FU-KAI influence, Masako uses a palette knife, instead of a paint brush, most of the time. Using a palette knife enables an artist to paint a large area of the canvas in one go. This is highly risky, and requires a great deal of skill. Furthermore, the action of spreading the knife sometimes creates an unexpected mixture of color which is even better than originally intented. A very exciting moment.

The Passage, Strength, and Weight of Time are expressed in gentle, silent ways by the KO-FU-KAI and this is apparent in Masakos new paintings.

For more art information and prices, get in touch with Atsuko Suzuki or David Davies through the contact details below. Or visit the real art gallery to see the real paintings. Map on bottom of home page.

Presented by Akko Art Gallery
919/1 Sukhumvit Rd
Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel :662 259 1436
Fax :662 662 4209

Opening hours
Daily :10am - 7pm
Sundays: Call us for private appointment

Tel: (66-2) 259 1436

Click here to Email us: info@akkoart.com

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