Independent Non-Executive Director and Strategy Advisor. Painting the world in Japanese ink. Exploring why humans dance through art objects.
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“Autumn in Japan” and its edition diary.
The Tea House Diary. A notebook to inspire creativity.
One Moment, One Drawing. Twelve ink drawings to chase the seasons.
Why humans dance. A world history of dance in objects
Japanese Ink Painting
Welcome to my Japanese ink painting world
Zen Mondays. A weekly dose of ink painting and poetry from my desk.
Celebrating in washi and ink. The “etegami” mini prints catalogue.
Inking 100 Japanese birds
By the water, a moving glow with every glance.
Capturing the warmth of an autumn harvest.
Every sketching day is a good day.
On a slow afternoon, gazing at the olive tree and the rugged.
By the river gorge, ripe figs burst open to a rising caw.
From the damp earth’s viewpoint, sprouting white umbrellas.
Adventure can find you even on a familiar perch.
The cliffs at noon, framed by the sound of swifts.
Seeing the ocean as an endless source of fuel for the mind.
The artist’s summer paradise – a desk in the shade, a pretty view, the sound of water.
Stretching up to a view, in the shade of century-old trees.
Clouds up on a tree or fresh carpet on grass, the scent of purple is a blooming Jacaranda.
Celebrating the Japanese doll festival in ink.
Enter the instagram giveaway until February 6th.
The redstart searching under the last of the autumn leaves