About Artist: Hamanishi was born on Hokkaido, Japan’s second largest island. In 1973, he finished his studies at Tokai University in Kanagawa prefecture. His work has been exhibited internationally in Paris, Belgium, Philadelphia, Tokyo, Kyoto, Cairo and San Francisco as well as in the Ibiza International Print Biennial and the Valparaiso International Exhibition, Chile. Hamanishi is at home with both Japanese and western art history although many of his subjects are borrowed from the Japanese tradition. His favorite themes are objects that can be shown three-dimensionally like ropes, plants and the twigs of a tree. It may be that he chooses the most difficult objects to demonstrate his skillful draftsmanship and mastery of mezzotint. In recent years Hamanishi has begun to add a bright touch of red or green as a contrapuntal note to detailed compositions, and these sudden bursts of color emphasize even more the dazzling brilliance of his creative imagery.
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