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Tomoko Kashiki was born on 1982 in Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, is an Artist. Discover Tomoko Kashiki's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

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Occupation Artist
Age 38 years old
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Birthplace Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
Nationality Japanese

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2014

Kashiki primarily paints female figures and is said to also draw inspiration from Bijin-ga style of depicting beautiful women, a central theme from the ukiyo-e genre of Japanese art. Her concern with specific details of the body, such as wrinkled skin, are reflected in a series of drawings from 2014.

2013

Fluid, organic and sensual elements like the effects of water are reoccurring themes in Kashiki's works, which she explains to be informed by her "fresh feeling of being alive". Dream, desire and yearning remain to be central motifs, which begin "bleeding into the surreal". Bodies and shadowy figures have unreal, distorted physiques – featuring excessively long, flowing limbs – a common characteristic to find in Surrealist art. Her settings are also seen as recognizably Surrealist in their vast, empty yet familiar nature.

Kashiki uses various painting mediums including acrylic, pastel, color pencil, and others. In some recent works, she has painted directly onto wooden panel. Since her graduate training, Kashiki began following a complex, ritualized process of her own. First sketched in pencil, her works are painted in acrylic, layer by layer onto a linen cloth mounted on large Chamfered wooden boards. Compositions are structured with overlapping, receding facets as she paints, sands and carves the surface of the panel, then repaints and pounces, layer over layer. This multi-step process has been seen as a physical articulation of Kashiki's own fleeting impressions – the "flickering", fleeting landscapes of emotions and memories in her mind. In this way, Kashiki's paintings have been considered "a manifestation of [her] inner landscape".

2011

Kashiki reinforces themes that are found elsewhere in contemporary Japanese art such as providing immersive visual escapes from society's uneasiness left from recent natural disasters like the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

In 2011, she was featured in the "BYE BYE KITTY!!! Between Heaven and Hell in Contemporary Japanese Art" exhibition curated by David Elliott at the Japan Society in New York City, along with fifteen other contemporary Japanese artists.

2006

In 2006, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in oil painting and in 2008, a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting, both from Kyoto City University of Arts. In 2011, she earned a PhD in painting from Kyoto City University of Arts.