Toshiaki Suenaga’s colorful history of the earth

Japanese painter Toshiaki Suenaga studied art in both Japan and Germany and currently works and teaches in Japan. Suenaga uses several techniques to create his beautiful and bright colors like natural mineral pigments (he uses crushed raw minerals and mixes them to get his colors), metallic foil, and acrylic paint. His paintings portray our world and universe from its creation in the beginning down to the fishes of the sea and plants on the land. His choice of color sets his work apart from others. His spinning galaxies suspended in vibrant spaces are reminiscent of microscopic cells with their layers and gaps. Suenaga has truly created a beautiful chronicle of our history. Enjoy it below!

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

suenaga toshiaki japanese art colorful creation painting

Learn more about Toshiaki and his work on this feature!

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