Shinjuku
Shinjuku

Oil on Canvas 80x80cm 2021

Saitama
Saitama

Oil on Canvas 100x81cm 2021

Biomechanics X - III
Biomechanics X - III

Oil on canvas 54x65cm 2020

Biomechanics X
Biomechanics X

Oil on paper 31x41cm 2020 SOLD

Kobe
Kobe

Oil on Canvas 100x80cm 2019

Chiba
Chiba

Oil on canvas 100x80cm 2019 SOLD

Biosphere
Biosphere

Oil on Canvas 100x100cm 2019

Kamakura
Kamakura

Oil on Canvas 100x100cm 2019

Osaka
Osaka

Oil on Canvas 80x80cm 2016

Vivaldi
Vivaldi

Oil on canvas 100x100cm 2020

Chopin
Chopin

Oil on Canvas 100x100cm 2019

Bach
Bach

Oil on canvas 100x100cm 2019

Biomechanics

2006 - Present

Oil on Canvas / Other

The circle is the universal symbol of unity and infinity. 

I have been drawing spheres since the age of 10.

I find meditation and reflection in its execution.

 

Many scholars believe it was most likely man's first symbol. 

It is symbolic of all cycles: the seasons, life and death, the movement of the planets; the self, eternity. 

 

It represents protection, gold, and as the glyph for zero, nothing. 

The circle has been part of our social and spiritual beliefs from the beginning. 

Man has built homes, villages, and religious and magical sites in circular shapes. 

A circle is a continuous line which separates the inside from the outside; a space that is part of, 

yet separate from, the rest of creation. 

The circle divides the known from the unknown and therefore represents a protected and/or consecrated place.

In Zen Buddhism, an empty circle represents enlightenment. 

 

Molecular

Atomic

Quantic

Planetary

Nano

Universal

Physics

Biology