Game Dancing, Autumn Festival at Sumiyoshi Shrine, located at Nousa, Karatsu-shi, Saga-ken, Japan, end September every year is said to be based upon a fable of Sato, an old lady drifted to Nousa once upon a time. Young people covered with a straw hat present a naive dancing to flutes and drums. The work depicts the Nousa massive Floats and Game Dancing.
135.0cm x 110.0cm x 10.0cm
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Profile of the Artist
Ryoko InoueOther works
Learned oil painting as well as porcelain art in Brazil 1985 through 1990.
Since she returned home, she has been pursuing her own way of expression up to now. She excels at paintings of little animals like cats, still life and background expression painted by the colors of deep blue or red.
Currently at work in Karatsu-shi, Saga-ken, Japan.