Naomi Katsu is a Japanese artist, who has been living in France for fifteen years. She is at the crossroads of influences. From her native country, she draws a precise gesture that goes to the essential.
Fascinated by the furtivity of things, her delicate watercolors explore the concepts of ephemerality, energy and light. A work all in lightness, with a certain economy of means: just ink and paper.
Working with superposition and transparency, her Japanese inks with natural pigments draw delicate watercolors that seem to capture the suspension of time.
Fine art publishing, digital stamping on art paper