Falling Torrent 瀑布奔流
Falling Torrent 瀑布奔流
The collection of the Daitokuji-Temple, Jukouinn
I wanted to express multi-phased changes of the different part of the same waterfall. Their faces are reflecting between the shape of rocks and the volume and the speed of running water. It could be changed each module of water fall, and even will produce so call a – ion.
Mt. Fuji in twilight
Mt. Fuji in twilight
Mt. Fuji turned red in the setting sun. It’s Red, but turned in many colors of red and layers in twilight. Turning never stops in a second. Sometimes, It reminds me of what my life has been. I feel life is long and short and always in motion and never comes back
to the same position and moment in our life. (Jan.1/2018)
a pond in fresh foliage
A pond in fresh foliage
I found a really mysterious pond in the deep forest. I believe that this one did not exist in the map when I checked the route before I started.
The surface of this pond is reflecting foliage green surrounding the pond.
I could not distinguish the true color between water and the surrounding foliage. (Jan.1/2018)
light and shadow
Light and Shadow
One day, I watched a strange phenomenon on the wall of the teahouse in Kamakura. It was a single light bulb beside a wall. The wall was lighted by this single bulb but one more shadow bulb appeared next to it on the wall. Of course, this shadow bulb has been reflected by the other light source from the sunbeam. After the moment, I had noticed one more shadow, which was a reflection of that shadow. I was convinced that Light and shadow are reflecting each other and does not mean they are separate. (Jan.1/2018)
What a clock shows with its hands.
Time is shown on a clock by the minute and hour.
The stream of time flows from the past to the present and into the future,
and this direction is an irreversible change and never going back.
So, I have one question. What is a clock showing with its hands now?
A distorted building
I found a distorted building in neat rows on the street in Ginza. The scene looks unusual, which I have never seen before but soon after the second, I noticed that there is something interesting.
We have adopted so-called “normal” or “general” but there is no absolute standard sensibly accepted by all. I don’t know how this distorted building will be accepted 50 years later but It’s interesting and something new in Ginza. (Jan.1/2018)
A round window
Normally, the window shape is square in the western style architecture. I think that the reason is very simple. It’s a practical. However if you see it from a different angle, they can take any shape. For example, the window of the tea room use a round or deformed square shape. The meaning of deformed square is that each corner is not perpendicular but somewhat round. This shape may not be practical but it represents the spirit of tea ceremony, in that the tea master will accept anyone who wishes to enter the teahouse. (Jan.1/2018)
CV Eiichiro Nakajima, DDS,DMSc
1945 born in Takasaki, Gunma, Japan
1948 started to learn water color painting
1960 entered Takasaki High School, studied under Mr. Fusaichiro Inoue and
Mr. Toru Tsukada. Started oil painting
1974 Private practice Nakajima orthodontic Office in Yushima, Tokyo
1982 met Mr.Reiji Hiramatsu and started Japanese style painting
under the great influence from him.
1992 the 1st solo exhibition at Wako Gallery in Ginza
1993~1996 solo exhibition at Osaka, Fukuoka and Tokyo again
2006 invited as a guest exhibiter of the festival of Kamakura Hachiman
2016 got a painting blessed to the Daitoku-ji, Jukou-in in Kyoto and to the
Ninomiya Kindergarten in Maebashi
2017 got a painting purchased the long-established Japanese –style confectioner“ Ichimonji-Ya”,
got a painting blessed Hoboji Temple in Takasaki
Permanent preservation to Bunkyo Word
Permanent preservation to alma mater Takasaki High School
1998 July13~ July 18, Wako Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo
1999 July6~July 11, Oishi Gallery in Fukuoka
2000 July14~July 19, Inui Gallery in Osaka
2001 June 4~June 16, En Galary in Ginza, Tokyo
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