Two CottonwoodNaoko Tadotsu
Oil painting on Stretched linen New
40" h x 30" w x 1" d |8 lbs. 11 oz.
Many small leaves reflect the sun light and twinkle like precious stones.
On gallery wrapped canvas. The sides are left white. It comes ready to hang.
Brilliant prismatic trees radiate in artist Naoko Tadotsu’s expressionist compositions. “I am always in awe of nature, color, and light,” says Naoko. These three facets establish her vibrant works in fluid strokes of vivid hues. Roots of her influence trace back to growing up in Osaka, where these elements were abundant. Naoko migrated to New York where she was immersed and fell in love with the world of art. What was once unexpressed inspiration inevitably translated onto the canvas. Her work often crosses into abstraction, capturing her feelings towards nature and painting it as its own entity. “The trees, like people, show different faces,” adds Naoko. In the same way, her pieces elicit different perspectives from every viewer. All Naoko needs is a portable easel and classic rock music to work in her apartment studio. Apart from producing art, she relishes reading, watching movies, and walking. During her strolls, when something beautiful captivates her, she absorbs and processes it into new incandescent material.
Thank you. The spring inspires me to paint.
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Hey Naoko! Welcome to UGallery. You can read our blog post about your art here: http://blog.ugallery.com/post/36570639119/new-artist-spotlight-elena-baker-nan-davis-kelly