By Peter Frank
Ikezaki is both painter and sculptor – even though he “paints” with a drawing medium and “sculpts” with a medium designed to be drawn and painted upon. The flow of artistic media and practices into one another, characteristic of so much Pacific Asian art, comes naturally to Ikezaki; but his Western exposure has encouraged him to experiment with such overlapping of media. This is how he can paint and sculpt with materials appropriate in Western practice to drawing: he quite consciously brings forth the painterly quality of Sumi ink, and quite deliberately cultivates the sculptural possibilities of handmade paper.
Yoshio Ikezaki Sumi Ink Painting
"Mysterious and perfect landscape beyond time and space"
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