Lewinson Arts goal is to spread art all over the world, in the facebook page Amigos a los que les gusta Lewinson Art, Mami Kawasaki was choosen on October 2021 to be interviewed, for her quality and beauty of his art works, congratulations
1. Where are you from?
2. In your artistic life what interesting experiences have you had?
(2) My career as a creator began with calligraphy and Japanese culture. And I created my own path of abstract art by my subconscious desire for freedom. I create works of art with various thoughts and feelings, creating a resonance in my heart. Using the devilish charm of Japanese ink, I try to combine calligraphy and painting. Seeking a unique world with my own aesthetic. Before I knew it, I was drawn to sumi ink, my soul's cry for release from the everyday.
3. What interests you to express in your art work?
(3) My artwork features Japanese Sumi ink and Japanese paper that are Japanese tradition. Sink secretive "wave" of "movement in stillness" to have Japanese "elegance." You may feel dialogue which bold but delicate landscape in mind flows in. Inside my artwork there is always memory. That landscape of memory tells what I am nostalgically and sometimes lovely. And joy and sorrow turn into deepness through creative work to born an artwork by indescribable memory.
4. Do you have a special style?
(4) Sumi ink, a new development and possibility from traditional Suiboku-ga such as blotting, grazing and pooling action.
5. Have you had an exhibition that you consider the most important or interesting, for some reason?
(5) Emiri Unguwarer, Morimura Yasumasa, etc.
6. What are your favorite artists and why?
(6) Yuzo Saeki is a striking figure. He died at the young age of 30. Although his life as a painter was short (only 6 years), his passionate, melancholic and emotional brushstrokes drew me in when I saw them at the Osaka Municipal Museum of Art. I was also struck by the art of Jiro Yoshihara and Kazuo Shiraga of Gutai Art, which no one had ever done before.
7. Do you want to transmit some message with your work?
(7) yes, I want my artworks to emit the sad tones of oriental abstraction and leave a trail
8. What does art mean in your life?
(8) Living proof is my art
9. Which techniques do you like to work with?
(9) In order to pass on Japanese traditional culture to the next generation in a new form, we use sumi ink, Japanese paper, gofun, aluminum foil and inorganic painting materials.
10. What would you do to bring art closer to people?
(10) We want to think about the needs of the times, using the traditional style but with a new sensibility.