Hitoshi Inoue
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  • Fukuyama, Hiroshima
  • Japan
  • artist
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Do you know IKEBANA?

1) may be comparable to painting, music, or sculpture.

2) consists of four elements, Line, Mass, Color and “Empty-Space”.

3) is a combination of branches, leaves, grasses, blossoms, container, shade ..........and water!!

I studied IKEBANA for 4 years and have teacher license.
Hopefully, I would like to collaborate with artists of Clay, Sculpture, Photograph, Drawing and Painting…

I will be happy if you are interested in my arts!
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At 12:26am on July 6, 2010, Laura Bradford said…
Hello there, I'm impressed by your work. let me know if there is any interest in collaboration.

At 12:33am on July 1, 2010, Hitoshi Inoue said…
Thanks Chris, you are very welcome to talk! I will keep updating pictures of IKEBANA.
At 11:51pm on June 30, 2010, Chris Millette said…
Terrific work! I love the contrasts between container and flower/plant. I've never seen anything like it. Let's collaborate! Or at least meet up and talk!

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