Kyocera Museum of Art Opens Special Exhibition of Kyoto’s Four Seasons in Watercolor Promenade Through Kyoto in Watercolors will feature approximately 60 watercolor paintings from May 19 to July 1. The paintings by Takiko Kuroiwa represent Kyoto’s famous sights, festivals, and seasonal scenery, giving viewers an opportunity to discover the beauty of Kyoto. Downtown scenes of Fushimi by Takiko Kuroiwa Kuroiwa works extensively around the Kansai Region. Her works have appeared in diverse settings, including the cover of Keihan Railways’ K PRESS travel magazine, illustrating tourist and visitor recommendations; label illustrations for beer and wine bottles; and designs for calendars and diaries. Her new paintings representing Fushimi, where Kyocera’s Head Office is located, were commissioned specifically for this exhibition. Gion Festival; Kyocera Museum of Art Kyoto’s Four Seasons in Watercolor By viewing Kyoto’s various seasons in watercolor, including cherry blossoms along Gion Shirakawa street, downtown scenes of Fushimi, the Gion Festival and autumn leaves at Ichijoji Station (Eizan Electric Railway), visitors will experience Kyoto’s spectacular imagery from a unique artistic viewpoint. Autumn leaves at Ichijoji Station by Takiko Kuroiwa; Kyocera Museum of Art Kyoto’s Four Seasons in Watercolor The Kyocera Museum of Art Access – Getting There (Kyocera Corporation Global Head Office, 1st floor) 6 Takeda Tobadono-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto City, Japan 612-8501 Access: […]
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