Star Wars Santa Darth Vader With Santa Hat Funny Knitting Christmas Ugly Sweater .In terms of her art style. Aya Kato says she intends to put “the world of harmony” and give it a new sense. Tracing back to her Japanese roots, she wants people to recall her heritage through history by taking Japanese work into the new age. Tying her Japanese tradition into the future, she keeps the spirit of her tradition alive. It’s why, when you look into her gallery, you’ll find that most (if not all) of her work remind you of older Japanese artworks. From the art style, to the reference to Japanese culture, to the way she draws her subject, Aya Kato’s artworks strongly reminds you of ancient Japanese art pieces. Except, of course, it’s not.
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Star Wars Santa Darth Vader With Santa Hat Funny Knitting Christmas Ugly Sweater .Some features, though, are fairly easy to point one. One is the way people are painted. Women in ancient Japanese culture dressed differently from western women. Because western and eastern people looked significantly different, it may be the reason why they are painted differently.Instead of the traditional Japanese style, Aya Kato brings her culture to the modern age through digital art. With her sense of colors and space as well as her talent for digital graphics, she does a unique take on Japanese art without sacrificing its essence or what makes Japanese art stand out among other styles. Plenty of Japanese art dating back thousands of years old still exist and remain preserved around the world. While art in Japan has evolved to anime and other forms of art, plenty of artists try to preserve the tradition and unique characteristics of their early art, defending it from gentrification or letting their culture slowly forget about their past. It’s hard to pinpoint specific characteristics on Japanese art, considering that their civilization dates back to 11000 B.C. and has since been evolving with the times and situation in their society. However, if you go to any world museum and place a European Renaissance painting next to a Japanese painting, you could easily notice the difference.