I would like to introduce you my favorite thing; food. I am not just talking about taste, I mean everything about it.
I make drawings as a main idea of ''density''. Mostly I draw flower, insect, animal and girl.
These drawn people are the existence that let you visualize an invisible mysterious power.
I represent Japanese girls' ambivalent feelings, such as love and eros, freedom and secrets, and kawaii-ness and motherhood by colors and patterns...
My subject theme is human beings. Some are depicted in a human shape, others not.
The body to me is another myself who forms an image instead of my heart. I think that the scenery from this viewpoint represents the duplicity or sense of unity of the body.
The theme of my m is attenuation of relationships with others and contrary dependence, human strength and fragility in the modern times.
My work is comprised of various encounters, from shapes to emotions, in daily life.I identify with that which can stand the test of time regardless of life’s harsh realities.
For my works, the rotation expresses the immortality, dimension and time flow,
I would like to keep giving shapes to those beautiful, strange and weird things in my dream world and shapeless things that cannot be seen in reality.
All the scenery in my works are based on my memory, and my old self show up there.
I put cut-out records inside objects chosen at random and having different eras and cultures, then records becomes vague, and unexpected dramas begin to assert.
I believe that everything happens for a reason and all phenomena are all related each other.
The world is always connecting in some way, I really hope so.
Girls in various sizes, large and small, appear in the works of Ryoko Kaneta.These girls are personifications of natural objects, phenomena, intentions, and memories.
I paint well-known fairy tales and old tales as motifs, examining what sign each story and its figure has, and the necessity of naming.
I like painting ghosts and imaginary creatures.Frightening ghosts, cute ghosts… I always paint thinking “if such creatures existed, it would be exciting”.
My work constantly embraces change and variety. My work, which looks like a portrait at a glance, is a drawing of young lady as a motif.
I paint utopias based on Asian(including Japanese) motifs or everyday thoughts.
'Look like a printing but it's has hand drawing texture' that by original carbon transfer technique, and I am exploring between print (edition) and hand drawing.