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Beasts live in Nature, while Nature live in Beasts. That seems to be one of the themes beautifully captured by Japanese artist Feebee,
Recently, Feebee’s artwork is showcasing in New York at an exhibit called Tengai 3.0, which was curated by another Japanese artist, Hisashi Tenmyouya, who is well known for his street artin Japan, until November 19th. The gallery will feature the work of several talented Japanese artists, including that of Miki Katoh, who we have had the pleasure of sharing before. Temyouya himself coined the term "Basara" as an artistic term that refers distinctly Japanese eccentric artwork, which can be observed in the many uniquely Japanese styles of those featured in the gallery.
For more information, here is Feebee's home page, as well as the exhibit page for the exhibit, and the gallery's official website.
These particular pieces by Feebee show off mythical beasts comprised of beautiful elements of nature..
hpgrp Gallery New York
434 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013