Snow Journey by Mitsuharu Maeda

Mitsuharu Maeda creates works based on the concept of journey. It's a more evocative landscape, with snow as a motif. This is because I believe that the severe yet beautiful snowy scenery, which has lost its color to the extreme due to monochrome,

Mitsuharu Maeda creates works based on the concept of journey. It’s a more evocative landscape, with snow as a motif.

This is because I believe that the severe yet beautiful snowy scenery, which has lost its color to the extreme due to monochrome, appeals directly to the emotions of the viewer. Mitsuharu creates works with the concept of this trip, snow, and monochrome, thinking that I want you to be aware of your heart while watching this snowy landscape. Mitsuharu travels and looks for scenery that he sees for the first time. He will create it into works like this. It is the same as the snow that piles up and creates a new landscape. [Official Website]

 

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