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Takuji Hamanaka
brooklyn, NY



ARTIST STATEMENT: My interest is making simple images to construct repetitious forms and patterns by applying layers of color and shape. I want to add emphasis to the structural patterns that are derived from the accumulation of simple units. To this end, mixing Japanese style woodblock and Chin Cole process seem to fit well. Variously shaped/cut Ganpi papers were repeatedly pasted on the surface of woodblock to bring about subtle difference in layers and colors. Accumulations of paper create nuanced color on surface that has physical depth of layered paper.
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  • Everybody together
    2010
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Simmering
    2010
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Get into it
    2010
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Through the windows
    2010
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • It could be anywhere
    2009
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22'

  • Lighting bands
    2009
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Northern wall
    2009
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Hidden, somewhere
    2010
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Empty balloon
    2010
    woodblock, collage   2010

  • Back and forth
    2009
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Cold night
    2010
    woodblock, collage   28" x 22"

  • Where are we supposed to go ?
    2009
    woodblock, collage   22 1/2" x 18 1/2"

  • Why don't we take a close look
    2009
    woodblock, collage   22 1/2" x 18 1/2"

  • Bubble
    2009
    woodblock, collage   22 1/2" x 18 1/2"

  • Up and down
    2009
    woodblock, collage   22 1/2" x 18 1/2"

  • Summer fabric
    2008
    woodblock, collage   12 1/4" x 10"

  • Argyle
    2008
    woodblock, collage   12 1/4" x 10"

  • light doughnut
    2008
    woodblock, collage   12 1/4" x 10"

  • Crystal shell
    2008
    woodblock, collage   12 1/4" x 10"

  • Spaceship
    2008
    woodblock, collage   12 1/4" x 10"
 








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