Linohulu Planet

Linohulu Planet.jpg
Linohulu Planet.jpg

Linohulu Planet

750.00

Overview
・Acrylic paint , Paper
・Height: 7.9 Inches
・Width: 7.9 Inches
・2018
・ED-1
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Fusion Exhibition 【TEAM B】Participate Artist
On view (Tue) July , 23rd ,2019 - (Sat) July , 27th,2019
Opening Party (Thur) July 25th 5pm-7:30pm
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About This Artwork


Art work by YUKO WADA

https://www.jcatny.com/yuko-wada

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Ms. Yuko Wada is a healing artist whose art brings new changes, and healing to the heart and mind. 

Yuko gives free rein to her feelings, and applying acrylic paint without brushes or other tools between her and the paper, she creates artworks that evoke the healing power that people originally possess, and that awaken and stimulate your own healing power. This is the original healing art style, “Linohulu.”

Since her childhood, Yuko has been keenly sensitive to people’s feelings. She has felt and lived the interwoven world of color and people’s minds. Her own difficulties over a lifetime – things from childhood eczema, to divorce to handling children’s problems as a parent – every experience of her whole life has now become the wellspring of her Linohulu art.
"Linohulu" is a coined word from Hawaiian. It means "shining wings", but also something more, something brought together and connected.
"Lino" means "shining", and also "knitting", "tying" and "connecting".
"Hulu" means "wings".

By looking at the Linohulu painting, you notice something, you recognize something, and then you are thinking of connecting to the next thing that may be there, just for you.

When you look at Linohulu art, please be sure to look through your phone camera zoomed in close – Yuko wants you to see the delicate world there that cannot be seen with the naked eye!

2017, 2018: Group Exhibition "Tamano-wo" at Bumpodo (an art shop with over 100 years of history) in Tokyo.
2019: Group Exhibition "Narrative Abstract Art Vol.8" at The Artcomplex Center of Tokyo

She actively participates in Group Exhibitions around Tokyo, and holds Linohulu painting workshops.