Musetouch Visual Arts Magazine

Kahori Maki – Always dark, always beautiful

“Paradoxically, living in Manhattan made me realise how much nature pervades urban life in Japan. When I moved back to Tokyo, I rediscovered how present Shintoism is in the city. I felt like nature was a part of the human soul, something eternal, something poetic and beautiful. You could say I work in response to urban life, yet express myself by depicting nature. The extremes of nature and urban life continue to inspire my work today.”

Kahori Maki

See more about this beautiful artist and her art in the new edition of Musetouch visual arts magazine…

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