ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION / STATEMENT
Mai Yamamoto and Yumi Sori are the two talented artists who will showcase their unique styles in the "Floatel" exhibition. Yamamoto, a glass artist born in Tokyo, has won several awards throughout her career, including the Geidai Art Plaza Grand Prix in 2009, the Kawaii Grand Prix Exhibition Grand Prix in 2010, and the Stanislav Libensky Award 2011 (Czech Republic) runner-up. Her works are known for their ethereal beauty and delicate craftsmanship that reflect her fascination with light, color, and transparency.
On the other hand, Yumi Sori is a Japanese-style painter born in Aichi Prefecture. She graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2010, majoring in Japanese Painting. Her works showcase a traditional technique that combines delicate brush strokes and vivid colors that reflect her unique interpretation of the natural world. Her artworks have been featured in various galleries and exhibitions, including Gift Gallery and Chinzanso (Mejiro).
Together, Yamamoto and Sori's artworks create a harmonious blend of ethereal beauty and traditional art that will take your breath away. Don't miss the chance to witness their creativity firsthand at the upcoming "Floatel" exhibition.
2011 Runner-up of Stanislav Libensky Award (Czech Republic)
2010 Winner of Kawaii Grand Prix Exhibition Grand Prix
2010 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Crafts
2009 Winner of Geidai Art Plaza Grand Prix
2008 Graduated from Wolverhampton University
1985 Born in Tokyo
2010 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Japanese Painting
1985 Born in Aichi Prefecture