Art Work Description Vo.1

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Whereabouts
Size:F15
Year 1998
oil on canvas
All-Japan Art salon The picture grand prize exhibition [Tokyo, Japan] Winning a prize

Description
Title is ‘Whereabouts’. 1998年
I drew a three-dimensional ugliness where someone finally dragged the place I found.
This piece features a clown, a woman sitting in a chair, and a leg overlap with a dragged heel.
I drew a woman sitting on a chair in a simplified version of a model with a croquet.
This work has been posted on my website since 2003 and on Facebook since 2010.

Copyright(c)Julie Kitamura

Title:Cauchemar-4
Size:F8
Year 2007
oil on canvas
Private collection

Description
Oil painting by Julie Kitamura in 2007.
The original is a color, but it is commercialized with this monochrome image.
The feature is red eyes and mouth and long nails in monochrome.
In addition, this model is drawn by looking at the mirror by the artist herself.
Most of my pictures are drawn with deformed eyes and hands.
It is also a feature of my painting that there are long nails, horns, and ears that are separated from humans.

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Darkness series
Title: Mysterious Imagination 2
Size:F8
Year: 2006
oil on canvas
EUROP’ART GENEVE [Switzerland]

Description
The model of this work is also the artist herself,
I drew while looking at the mirror.
Most of my pictures are drawn with deformed eyes and hands.
It is also a feature of my painting that there are long nails, horns, and ears that are separated from humans.

tree of life
Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Tree of life
Size:F10
Year 2009
oil on canvas
Private collection

Description
The feature of this work is that the skin on the right side of the face facing the front is changing into a wooden surface.
In addition, when I was making this work, I was strongly influenced by the fact that my relatives had operated on the stylus of the right eye and had a large eye patch, and the right eye of the picture became a cyborg-like expression. .
The roots of the tree are anthropomorphically drawn like human hands.

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Absurd Reality
Size:F20
Year 2007
oil on canvas
Private collection
ART Singapore [Singapore]

Description
Oil painting by Julie Kitamura in 2007.
This work was used as an invitation for a solo exhibition.
Usually I access deeply to collective unconsciousness, but this work is relatively shallow and expresses my feelings toward an unreasonable real society.
I express the upper level of capitalism with reptiles that hold the person’s head down.
The image of reptiles is inspiration.
Also, what I expressed as a suppressed person is a commoner who has a family that must be protected and works seriously.

This model is the artist herself.
I draw by looking in the mirror and taking photos.
Gloves lace is also drawn with my favorite clothes race.
Dumbbell exercises are indispensable!

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Depths series
Size:F8
Year 2010
oil on canvas
Not for sale

Description
Oil painting by Julie Kitamura in 2010.
A work depicting the dark world.
The feature is the eyes that appear on the cheeks to break through the skin of the person’s face.
This is my characteristic surreal technique and I use it in many other works.
This is the technique I came up with when I drew animals in another work.
This model was drawn by the artist herself looking in the mirror.
Most of my pictures are drawn with deformed eyes and hands.
It is also a feature of my painting that there are long nails, horns, and ears that are separated from humans.

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Spell
Size:F30
Year 2006
oil on canvas
Planned group exhibition work

Description
Oil Painting by Julie Kitamura in 2006.
This work is the larger one of the 2 works in the Spelling Series.
I am tied to myself.
I expressed the spell with long hair and anthropomorphic negative consciousness that I created.
The anthropomorphic conscious body emerges from the person’s back.
The model of this person is drawn by looking at the mirror herself.
I asked a man to model a personified conscious body.
The feature of this picture is that the hair of the conscious body stretches upward, contrary to the long hair flowing under the woman.

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title: Dance
Size:F30
Year: 2005
oil on canvas

Description
From the portfolio distributed in the solo exhibition
The original is a color work.
This skirt is my original design.
I have my own original expression that a dragon appears from the back, which is not normal.
In fact, I expanded the image based on the actual experience that I saw with my own eyes as the transparent white dragon came out of my body and soared into the sky.

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Mysterious Imsgination-6
Size:F8
Year 2007
oil on canvas
EUROP’ART GENEVE [Switzerland]

Description
Oil painting by Julie Kitamura in 2007.
At that time, the image of this work was that I felt sick and felt pain in my chest and anxiety and fear of illness.
The image was passive and came from the other side.
I had the image that the cells were eroded by the sick.
The feelings of anxiety and fear became the energy that penetrated the skin and embodied in many corners.

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Cauchemar Bottom of Darkness
Size:F30
Year 2010
oil on canvas

Description
Oil Painting by Julie Kitamura in 2010.
In this work, I realized the energy of negative emotions breaking through the skin and expressing from the back and arms.
I can feel and see the movement of energy on the campus, so I will draw it with my heart.
It is a feature of my painting that the skin of a person changes from the middle to the skin of a different creature.
Since the mind and inner surface appear outside, I feel the flow of energy in the background.
In addition, this model is drawn by looking at the mirror by the artist herself.
Most of my pictures are drawn with deformed eyes and hands.
It is also a feature of my painting that there are long nails, horns, and ears that are separated from humans.

Copyright(c) Julie Kitamura

Title:Icarus
Size:F8
Year 2006
oil on canvas
Private collection
EUROP’ART GENEVE [Switzerland], and more

Description
I have been respected and influenced by Dali and Leonor Fini, but until some time I knew little about the later artists.
This is a work that you can see in my work that is influenced by Leonor Fini.
I asked the man for the model of this work.

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